EU Public Procurement Regulations: ‘what?’, ‘when?’ and ‘oh dear God, why?’
Popular in the 1960s and 70s (less so in the 80s, 90s and noughties) communal heating systems are back!
The Conservative Government regularly emphasises the importance, as they see it, of receipts from the disposal of surplus NHS land as a key capital funding stream for the NHS.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs for short) have been with us since 2007 – so you might think you know all you need to know about them.
There’s nothing technical or magical (and not really that much legal) about Heads of Terms. But a decent set can help in getting a transaction to run smoothly.
In the good old days, if the King wanted to get hold of your land he’d just turn up with a few soldiers and invite you to leave. Nowadays, what with democracy and human rights (see ‘political correctness gone mad’), things are a bit different.
For more information on any of our editions of It’s The Law, contact Neil Toner, Partner and Head of Real Estate.
This edition of IT’S THE LAW looks at some of the more common types of short term and periodic tenancies.
Stock rationalisation involves the transfer, from one landlord to another, of tenanted properties along with their associated assets and the business of managing those properties.
There are a number of reasons it remains imperative that you visit a site before exchanging contracts to buy it. Even if that means pulling on the wellies. In this edition of IT’S THE LAW we look at some of the key things to be looking out for.