- I rent an office space, but recently my landlord has really increased the rent. Can he do this?
- I am not travelling to the UK, but will be passing through it on my journey to somewhere else. Do I need a visa?
- My solicitor keeps referring to something called an ‘objective’ when we discuss our tactics for my claim. Surely he should just be concentrating on winning the case?
- I have received a ‘Report on Title’ form my solicitors, but it just seems like a lot of legal jargon! What do I need to do with it?
- I want to become a British citizen. What do I need to do?
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Buying a property for the first time can be very daunting, and you need to ensure that you have considered all of the costs at the outset so that there are no surprises later on. On top of the actual … Continue reading
In order to enter or stay in the UK as a student, you must first apply for permission from the UK Border Agency using a ‘points’ system. The way in which you apply depends on how old you are and … Continue reading
Our friends at Letting Web have kindly posted an article from us called ‘Bringing a tenancy to an end’. Check it out at http://news.lettingweb.com/2010/11/bringing_a_tenancy_to_an_end.html
In order to decide whether your landlord has the right to evict you from your home, you first need to find out whether you have a lease or a licence over the property. Having a lease gives you a number … Continue reading
Before striding to court and demanding your rights, first consider other lines of attack. Other options to court proceedings are collectively known as ‘Alternative Dispute Resolution’ (ADR), and cover a whole range of methods such as arbitration, mediation and conciliation. … Continue reading