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Has Church Commissioners for England v Koyale Enterprises Limited ended the forfeiture with a default judgment debate?
You may have read my blog article before Christmas which discussed the alternative approaches to whether a landlord should be able to forfeit a long residential lease using a default judgment (if you didn’t read it then click here: … 231 more words
A lease plan is a detailed scale drawing of the land and buildings included in your lease. On October 13th 2003, new laws in the U K were implemented stating that leases granted for seven years or more would have to be registered with the Land Registry with a compliant lease plan.The Land Registry requires the lease plan to comply with very specific requirements, and therefore it is in your best interest to have a professional provider or property management company draw up the lease plan for you. 351 more words
If you are having trouble with your tenants, you may be left with no choice but to evict them. This article discusses the steps taken in a tenant eviction – in effect, how to evict a tenant.The most common reason for a tenant eviction is non-payment of rent, especially consistent non-payment of rent. 385 more words