Going to Court to obtain a possession order is not something that a Landlord will normally undertake lightly. Obtaining possession via the Court can not only take time, but also be costly and expensive, particularly if solicitors are involved. But obtaining a possession order is not the end of the matter. Whilst the order gives…

Conveyancers often talk about “completion” to their clients as if they should have an idea of what it actually means! Although it is fairly easy to guess what this term may refer to, understanding the legal significance of this term, and its practical implications, is useful when buying or selling a property. Completion is sometimes…

Sections 24 to 28 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (“LTA 1954”) provide that, at the end of the term of a business tenancy, a commercial tenant has the right to remain in the premises and an automatic right to a new lease. There are very limited grounds on which a landlord may refuse…

The fundamental thing to understand is that, whilst they may be run in a way very similar to “old-style” partnerships (which have no legal identity separate from that of the various people making up the partnership – the partners), legally speaking limited liability partnerships (“LLPs”) are more similar to limited companies.  LLPs exist as a…

Legislation is due to come into force on 1 June 2019 introducing new protections for most residential tenants in the private rented sector in England under the Tenant Fees Act 2019 (“TFA”). The new legislation will apply to all new tenancies with a grace period for compliance of 1 year for existing tenancies. The purpose…

Most unmarried couples considering stepping onto the property ladder for the first time will be, quite rightly, extremely excited and will not be focusing on the finer details and consequences of this big adventure. We have therefore created a short list of considerations that you and your other half should discuss before you go down…

The process of acquiring land through adverse possession is where a person who is not the legal owner of land can become the legal owner by having possession of it for a specified period of time. There are two procedures by which adverse possession may be claimed. Under the ‘old rules’ which apply to both…

Barrett and Co has an experienced Conveyancing team…here’s the latest article on Searches…. When purchasing a property, searches are an important part of the transaction. Searches give the purchaser and lender, if appropriate, further information about that property and the surrounding area.  There are three main searches that conveyancers tend to obtain on a purchase,…

Miriam Carr has recently joined Barrett and Co as a solicitor in the commercial property team. After studying law in London, Miriam was initially involved in road traffic accident litigation for a large national firm before moving into commercial property work. Miriam trained with a firm in Newbury which gave her experience of a wide…

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