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Bankruptcy Law

The need of party wall agreements

11th July 2012
A celebration wall agreement can be a document that is definitely created by surveyors for home owners. Owners must have adjoining property to get the agreement completed. It might often be walls, fences or perhaps in case of storied buildings a roof in a...
Author: Turfrite Land Scaping
Business Law

Seek the highest possible negligence compensation award

13th October 2011
A top quality professional negligence lawyer will know that his or her clients deserve the highest possible negligence compensation award. Itís never pleasant to discover that a trusted professional has made a major error, of course, because we tend to pl...
Author: Law
Real Estate Law

How does lease duration have an effect on the worth of an apartment?

03rd May 2011
Essentially the shorter the time left on a lease, the less a property is worth. An unexpired term of lease of 100 or more years has not much influence on the price. With leases above 100 years, the worth of the home is much the same, whatever the number o...
Author: Leasehold Advice
Legal

Enfranchisement: How Long Does Buying a Freehold Take?

18th April 2011
To some extent the timescale for enfranchisement (also referred to as Freehold Purchase) is almost unique to the particular building in question and to some extent the individuals involved. For example, if the freehold is to be bought by 174 leaseholders,...
Author: Tim Bishop