Public right of way claims – what are they, and can they be prevented?

What is a public right of way claim? A public right of way claim is a legal process that allows the public to use a certain area of private land for passage. These claims can be made by government bodies or by individuals, and they are typically made when there is no existing public access to a particular area....

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Break Clauses in Leases – What do they do?

Break clauses are regulated by specific laws and have implications that both parties should carefully consider. This article aims to shed light on the key aspects of break clauses in leases, outlining their effects, considerations for landlords and tenants, and the importance of seeking legal advice when exercising them. Break clauses can be included in...

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Forthcoming changes to EPC Certificates for Commercial Properties

What is an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)? An EPC is a certificate issued by an assessor which provides information on the energy efficiency of a property. It provides a rating between A – G (A being the best) and in most cases is accompanied by a recommendation report indicating what steps could be taken to...

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