Archive Category: Property
March 30th 2020

Temporarily closed or unoccupied properties during COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, some buildings will be temporarily empty. Buildings, whether temporarily closed or permanently unoccupied can be at greater risk from the likes of arson, antisocial behaviour such as vandalism or squatters, theft and escape of water. We have produced some guidance to help our clients understand how to manage and protect their property.

April 26th 2019

What does the Tenant Fees Act mean for landlords and tenants?

The burden for many renters is the seemingly fruitless referencing fee they must pay before paying the deposit and first month’s rent. From June, these lettings fees will be scrapped, so what does it mean for tenants and for the letting agents who relied on them?

April 18th 2019

Is Notre-Dame insured and how will it be repaired?

When the 856-year-old architectural icon went ablaze, the devastation of the public was apparent worldwide. Unlike your own home, it’s not just a case of calling your insurance company when the flames die down. So, is Notre-Dame insured and how will it cover the restoration?