How to apply for the class of title to a registered estate to be upgraded (practice guide 42).
Application form UT1 for upgrading of title.
A number of estate agents have recently received phishing emails, fraudulently claiming to be from the main portals and trying to con them into handing over business information including login and password details.
Tenants renting in Wales could be given a minimum of 12 months’ protection from eviction under a new Bill introduced yesterday.
There are buyers galore – but new seller numbers are failing to keep up with demand, Rightmove is reporting this morning.
A system which claims to allow estate agents to predict new property listings before they happen says it has proved the concept with a UK agent.
The government will not announce a Mansion Tax at next month’s Budget.
The revolving door of housing ministers continued yesterday with the sacking of Esther McVey after just seven months in the role and the appointment of her successor, Christopher Pincher.
Almost six out of ten estate agents believe that money laundering is not a problem in their area – and almost nine in ten say it is enough to rely on their instincts.
Estate agents are getting increasingly annoyed by the ever quickening revolving door at the Ministry of Housing as Esther McVey yesterday made way for Chris Pincher.
88% of estate agents say that their instincts are reliable in detecting money laundering in a property sale.
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The new housing minister is Christopher Pincher, who for the past decade has been Conservative MP for Tamworth having had a career before that as an IT consultant.
A City of London insurance broker claims to be the first to arrange bespoke indemnity cover for solicitors becoming freelancers.
Esther McVey has been sacked as housing minister; she was the ninth housing minister in as many years.
MPs have hit out at the government’s handling of the cladding scandal and laid bare the crisis facing leaseholders in their constituencies during an impassioned debate in Parliament.
As a conveyancing solicitor with over 25 years’ experience, I think I can say with some confidence that conveyancers do not like reservation agreements.
The relationship between a panel manager and their lawyers is very similar to a drug user and their dealer, or a prostitute and their pimps.
Property sellers are facing new requirements on the property information form when disclosing information about Japanese knotweed after the Law Society issued an updated TA6 form.
The Law Society’s updated TA6 form guidance sounds sensible enough, but pushes the risk of knotweed being present at a property on to the buyer rather than the vendor.