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2012 House Prices

10 January 2012
By Karen Yates
10
JAN

A recent report by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) states that house prices in the North West are likely to fall slightly in the first quarter of 2012, with a lack of mortgage lending being a key factor in slowing the housing market. However it's not all doom and gloom...

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11
NOV

The majority of people are unfamiliar with what to expect when they are moving house. As conveyancing solicitors we are often asked how long until completion and what the next step in the process is. Below is a brief outline of what the legal process involves:- Sale 1. A sale is...

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A break clause is normally understood to mean a clause in a commercial lease allowing either or both parties to the lease to break and end the lease term prematurely.  From the Landlord's perspective the break clause is especially useful if it intends to redevelop the site.  It...

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Dale Farm presents an unusual situation where the occupiers of the land are in fact its owners and, as such, not trespassers. However, most often possession enforced by bailiffs flows from trespassers having taken occupation of land owned by others. Where trespassers enter onto land...

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In the current property market, house sellers and buyers are keen to make savings wherever possible especially when it comes to legal fees. It is likely that a client will ring around a number of solicitors for quotes before deciding to instruct the firm that provides the cheapest. However,...

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