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  • What is professional Indemnity insurance?

    28th February 2020

    In real terms, professional indemnity insurance means peace of mind for you and your clients if things don’t go exactly as they should do. Whatever business you’re in, you work hard to provide the best service you can and that is what clients expect. Don’t let an unexpected read more

  • Does Right to manage relate to retirement flats?

    25th February 2020

    The retirement sector is difficult and very different to leaseholders. If you have any further concerns after reading this then don’t hesitate to contact Age UK advice. Which is a free confidential national phone service for older people for their friends, family and carers and organizations that act on their read more

  • Does my commercial occupancy make a difference to my premium?

    25th February 2020

    You have a commercial building and you want to rent it out and then take some commercial insurance. You are not sure what planning use you wish to use as the council said that you could have various different trades in the property. Will it affect my insurance? Yes, it will read more

  • Collective Enfranchisement (buying the freehold of your building)

    25th February 2020

    What is the legislation under where you can buy your freehold? The legislation that outlines this is the Leasehold Reform Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 (as amended). This has the legal right for the leaseholders of a building, or part of a building to join together and buy the freehold read more

  • Winter tips for keeping our property safe during this time

    28th January 2020

    As a landlord it is important to ensure that your property is kept safe and make sure that you winter proof your property. This can save money in the long term for you not only in insurance claims but also any damage that may occur that may not be insured. We read more

  • Tenant occupancy – Does my tenant occupancy increase my insurance?

    28th January 2020

    When dealing with your insurance it is important to let your insurance provider know who is occupying your property. It is very different with landlords if you have tenants that may be on either housing benefit or unemployed i.e. on universal credit? You are no doubt aware that the Government has read more

  • Collective Enfranchisement (buying the freehold of your building)

    3rd January 2020

    What is the legislation under where you can buy your freehold? The legislation that outlines this is the Leasehold Reform Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 (as amended). This has the legal right for the leaseholders of a building, or part of a building to join together and buy the freehold read more

  • Right to manage Director? Are you taking your responsibilities seriously?

    3rd January 2020

    Did you know whether you are a right to manage or resident management companies Director you need to be aware that you have a large amount of duties and liabilities under Company law? Most people don’t appreciate that whilst you are a director it does not limit your liability. Individuals read more

  • Lease extension – Absentee landlords

    3rd January 2020

    We have already dealt with in a previous article most of the details in relation to a lease extension and the qualifying parts and what to do.  We are now dealing with how preparing the tenants notice and what happens if there is an absentee landlord. Preparing a tenants notice The tenants read more

  • Lease extensions and collective enfranchisements – what happens with the service charge disputes?

    3rd January 2020

    You are considering doing a Lease extension or collective enfranchisement. But what happens to the service charge disputes if any. What are service charges? These are charges payable by the leaseholder to the landlord for services the landlord is obliged to carry out under the terms of the lease. They can be read more