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Simon Sanger-Anderson

Posted 22 August 2017
by Simon Sanger-Anderson

Writs and Notice

Where there is a possession order in place, and the tenant does not vacate the property, the Landlord’s next step is to seek a warrant for possession either in the County Court where the possession order was made or, following…

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Simon Sanger-Anderson

Posted 27 March 2017
by Simon Sanger-Anderson

Rent Repayment Orders

Things are about to get a little tougher for those Landlords who choose not to obey the law because the scope of Rent Repayment Orders (RROs) is about to be widened when Part 2 of the Housing and Planning Act…

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Josh O'Neill

Posted 16 March 2017
by Josh O'Neill

Paying the penalty for not protecting deposits

If you are a landlord of  an assured shorthold tenancy created after 6 April 2007 you must put your tenants deposit in a government-backed tenancy deposit scheme (TDP) within 30 days of receiving it and within 30 days of placing in…

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Dan Griffin

Posted 23 February 2017
by Dan Griffin

Interest rate hedging products

What are interest rate hedging products? Interest rate derivatives, which are often known as interest rate hedging products or just ‘swaps’ have caused significant difficulties for small and medium sized businesses that were sold them without proper warning of the…

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Jill Headford

Posted 21 February 2017
by Jill Headford

Foreign Exchange Derivatives

Often called forex or FX, foreign exchange trading can be an important tool for businesses involved in volume or high value transactions in foreign currencies.

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Dan Griffin

Posted 20 February 2017
by Dan Griffin

Breach of commercial loan covenants

Sometimes called undertakings, loan covenants are a promise by the borrower to the lender to do, or refrain from doing, something while the loan is outstanding.  

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Martin Laver

Posted 12 July 2016
by Martin Laver

£12m Inheritance promise claim fails

The Telegraph are reporting on a disputed will claim. The deceased left his scrap yard (worth £12 million as development potential) to his wife when he died in 1987.  When his wife died ten years later she left her entire…

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