Courtyard Solicitors News

Courtyard Solicitors in Wimbledon and Totnes - Cyber Security in the Property Sector
August 2017
In a recent report over 100 IT decision makers in the legal, property and conveyancing sectors took part in the survey to reveal how the industry is...
Courtyard Solicitors in Wimbledon - the law around housing disrepair
July 2017
Jonathan Lynn, partner of Courtyard Solicitors, in Wimbledon and specialist in the legal issues between Landlords & Tenants, and housing...
Courtyard Solicitors in Wimbledon and Totnes - Litigation Law - Is Someone You Love Missing?
On 27 April 2017 the Guardianship (Missing Persons) Act 2017 received Royal Assent.  The Act provides  for applications to court to appoint...
Overseas property owners could face criminal charges - Courtyard Solicitors in Wimbledon and Totnes -
May 2017
According to recent published proposals, the Government may make it a criminal offence if foreign property owners fail to update a register. Under...
Probate fees set to rise in May 2017m  - Courtyard Solicitors in Wimbledon and Totnes
April 2017
As of May 2017, the Government will introduce a dramatic increase in probate fees, despite astounding opposition. Currently the flat figure for...
Rent Deposits – should you agree to them? Courtyard Solicitors in Wimbledon and Totnes
When you are negotiating the taking of a new commercial lease or an assignment of an existing lease the landlords or their agents often try and...

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