The Association of British Insurers (ABI) recently advised that if the UK leaves the EU on 29thMarch 2019 without a Withdrawal Agreement in place, then consumers will need to carry a physical Green Card whilst driving their vehicle in the European Economic Area (EEA).Read More...
Article Update (01.03.19)
You may have noticed in the media today how Mr Justice Spencer has criticised this government scheme, which has now been declared at the High Court as incompatible with current human rights legislation.
We will be watching developments closely and advising on any important changes for landlords, as they are announced.Read More...
The private rented sector continues to fall under scrutiny by the Government.
We have already seen the changes in Tax relief, new HMO Legislation and minimum standards for Efficiency Performance Certificates. Following the Hackitt Report into Fire Safety, the spotlight is now on rented homes being safe for tenants.Read More...
The Commonhold Act came into force in 2004, which created an alternative method of home ownership. This however, in the last 14 years has been little used.
Commonhold allows people to own their own homes with no Landlord or expiring lease. Residents are members of the management company allowing them to vote on matters of upkeep etc.Read More...
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