My daughter may pull out of a property purchase – will she have to pay her solicitor for work done so far?
Robert and Avril Smith sold thousands of tickets but broke Gambling Commission rules
Glasgow has taken action against the rise in the number of flats in residential blocks being let out on a short term basis, including Airbnb.
Legislation sponsored by Labour MP Karen Buck now set to come into force in late March after passing final parliamentary hurdle.
Lobbying group JCWI wins its day in court after being given green light by High Court in June.
A family of slum landlords who crammed 31 people into a suburban four-bedroom house has been ordered to pay back almost £250,000 under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Judith Wilson, who owns 300 houses in Kent, ignored council enforcement notices
Landlords can, in extreme circumstances, forfeit long residential leases, leaving the owner homeless and the landlord with a valuable windfall. Property lawyer, Jeremy Stephen, considers a recent case.
A landlord's entire portfolio of 27 properties have been compulsorily taken over by Waltham Forest council in North London.
Vispasp Sarkari convicted after being caught cramming families into squalid properties
FoI responses from 293 English councils reveal string of weaknesses in private rented market law
A landlord is almost £42,000 worse off after repeatedly ignoring council orders to stop illegally letting so called “beds in sheds” in an outbuilding at one of his rental properties in Southall, west London.
Property owner, with a multimillion pound portfolio, has at least 60 convictions for housing offences
The government is consulting on the proposal for a specialist Housing Court which, if it goes ahead, would be a “single path of redress for both landlords and tenants.”
Farmers with diversified enterprises may be able to save thousands of pounds by shielding more of their business from inheritance tax after a ruling against HMRC over a case involving a livery stable.
Neo Bankside residents seek measures to prevent art gallery visitors looking into their homes
Concerns raised after Guardian and ITV exposed unfit landlords still collecting rent
Partial climbdown means help for more tenants in coldest homes in England and Wales
Shadow chancellor speaks out after Guardian and ITV News investigation revealed exploitation of loopholes
Farmers across the UK are being plagued by authorities taking ownership of their land under hard-to-contest compulsory purchase orders.
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