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Category Archives: Property

Jennifer Smith – solicitor in our Property team – discusses the Upcoming Stamp Duty Changes

In the 2015 Autumn Statement, the government announced changes to the current stamp duty charging calculations in respect of the purchase of additional residential properties at a value of more that £40,000.  The proposed changes will mean that from April …

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Property Newsletter – November 2015

Welcome to the latest departmental newsletter from Davis Blank Furniss.  Our focus this time is on our Property department. DeBrieF OPINION Jennifer Smith – solicitor in our Property department – discusses High Street vs On-line Estate Agencies If you are …

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Davis Blank Furniss Launches Fixed Fee SIPP/ SSAS Package

Davis Blank Furniss has this week launched a fixed fee service to clients who want to buy a commercial property via a SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension Scheme) or SSAS (Small Self Administered Scheme). The launch follows a 35% rise …

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Paul Walton – head of Professional Negligence – discusses the main reasons why he has seen a noticeable increase in claims against solicitors on conveyancing & property matters.

Delay, Delay, Delay This is a major reason why solicitors cause problems to their clients. Making errors on Registration of Title These can be errors in description of the property or by use of wrong or inaccurate plans. Failing to …

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Richard Hamilton – partner in the Property team – Shares His Legal Tips for First Time Commercial Property Investors

Buying commercial property is a huge investment and a first time buyer must prepare and carry out their due diligence as efficiently as possible to enhance their prospects of making a sound investment and maximising rental yield and capital growth. …

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DBF’s Sonio Singh Advises on Bredbury Hall Deal

Sonio Singh – partner in the Corporate team at Davis Blank Furniss – acted on the high profile deal which today saw the famous Bredbury Hall Hotel & Country Club being acquired by businessman Golam Sarwar. Mr Sarwar, who owns …

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Joshua Bragg on Buying Property at Auction

Having recently discussed property auction sales from a seller’s perspective, we now turn to looking at points to consider at property auctions from a purchaser’s perspective. There are some great advantages to purchasing property at auction rather than through a …

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Rosemary Reynolds – trainee solicitor at Davis Blank Furniss – discusses… Property Management: General Terms of Purchase and why you need them.

Many people assume that a standard set of terms and conditions are only used in the sale of goods/ provision of services but they can be an effective and versatile way for a property manager to set out their expectations …

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Property Newsletter – May 2015

Welcome to the latest departmental newsletter from Davis Blank Furniss. Our focus this time is on our Property department. DeBrieF OPINION Jennifer Smith – solicitor in our Property department – discusses things to consider before purchasing a buy to let …

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Richard Hamilton, partner in the Property department, discusses break clauses in commercial leases for tenants.

There has been a recent Court of Appeal case in which a Tenant had exercised a break clause and then sought a refund of payments it had made in advance for rent, service charge, car parking and insurance payments, which …

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