News & Insights
Our team of experts shine a spotlight on new legal developments, share their views on the impact of current affairs, and offer insights on issues that could impact you and your business.
Immigration barrister, Zoe Jacob has joined Boodle Hatfield from Farrer & Co. Her appointment as a Partner establishes a new immigration practice for the firm, further bolstering its stellar Private Wealth and Corporate offering.
Have you thought about whether you are still complying with the terms of your insurance policy?
Perhaps your biggest concern is whether you can continue to pay your rent.
The temporary ban on commercial property evictions is generally being seen as a sensible and pragmatic move.
The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) set out a minimum level of energy efficiency for private rented property in England and Wales.
We are looking to renovate and extend a hotel that is listed and sits on a historically important site, with suspected archaeology remains.
There is a distinction between the rules enforced by the council, covering such matters as working hours, and the rights of an individual property owner.
The High Court has recently considered the interrelationship of a landlord’s right to develop and the covenant for quiet enjoyment given to its tenant in the case of Timothy Taylor Ltd v Mayfair House Corporation and another.
What does the term “public art” mean to you? The fourth plinth on Trafalgar Square has seen a huge variety of different things temporarily located on it, all of which are pieces of public art.
“Thomas Cromwell was a man of property.” So says Hilary Mantel, author and passionate advocate of the man in question.
On the basis that prevention is better than cure, there are a number of practical steps which should always be taken before commencing a renovation project in order to minimise the risk of damage to fittings and fittings.
Our experts share their insights & market view on the impact of current affairs.