In the recent decision of Iveta Nemcova v Fairfield Rent Limited, the Upper Tribunal decided a short term letting constituted a breach of a covenant
In the recent case of Timothy Taylor Ltd v Mayfair House Corporation and another  EWHC 1075 (Ch the High Court assessed the tenant’s right for quiet enjoyment against the landlord’s express right to redevelop the building.
Tenants’ covenant “to pay to the Lessor all costs and expenses (including legal costs and fees payable to a surveyor) which may be incurred by the Lessor […]” entitled the Landlord in a dilapidations claim to have his costs assessed on an indemnity basis.
It is customary in both residential and commercial property sales for the Seller to be required to provide replies to enquiries raised by the Buyer ...
The tenant of a cottage, valued at £1m, has been presented with a bill totalling £128,000, for damage caused by a pipe which burst and leaked during a cold snap in 2010.
The new rules, introduced in the Immigration Act 2014, mean that landlords who let residential property in England, as well as people subletting their properties or taking in lodgers, need to carry out checks on all new adult tenants