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A client of ours informed us that their offer had been accepted on a house that required a lot of work.  They wanted to find out at what stage should they be looking to employ an architect or a builder to go into the property they wanted to buy as they were keen to get […]...
In recent years bamboo plants have become a fashionable adornment in borders and beside ponds in many suburban gardens. However, its important to be aware that bamboo could be the ‘new Japanese knotweed’ according to the experts. It can grow by 5ft in a year and reach heights of 18ft in Britain,...
When it comes to buying a new property some of our clients often ask how many time we recommend that someone views a property before putting in an offer?  They often also want to know how many different properties they should see before making a decision. Buying a property should be a thought-throu...
Right of light is a complex area of law.  There are several ways in which one can acquire them.   Typically they will be expressly granted in a deed or impled where you can show a long period of use. A client of ours came in recently to ask if they could make a claim […]...
A client of ours wanted to check if she was able to give her nephew who intended to moved to London half of her property. Our client is a single lady with no children and wanted to know if she should give her nephew half of the property now or leave it to him when […]...
When selling your home you are legally obliged to disclose any information that may affect a potential purchaser’s decision about buying the property. The sellers needs to ensure their estate agent is adhering to this and other regulations that could leave the seller open to prosecution if they do...

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A client of ours informed us that their offer had been accepted on a house that ...
In recent years bamboo plants have become a fashionable adornment in borders and...
When it comes to buying a new property some of our clients often ask how many ti...