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Property company owned by Terra Firma claims attempt to unwind privatisation of £8.15bn portfolio is unlawful
Tribunal rules Canary Wharf flat owners overcharged £1.6mn for insurance-related tasks
I’m worried a decision won’t have the same weight as a court judgment
Deficient legal processes must be improved in line with the Renters’ Reform bill, property owners warn
I would like to know the best cash strategy to avoid being hit by inflation
Michael Gove is right to insist that property builders have responsibility
We are worried that they will disagree over what to do with it
Panic sets in as building begins on a neighbour’s panic room; plus, can a rewilding project affect the value of a house?
Plus, what does it mean when the lease on the flat I’m buying is ‘defective’?
Buyout giant to inherit strains with charity landlords after purchasing property portfolio from AIG
Scope of existing plans to reform leasehold contracts should be expanded
I love where I live, but the pig B&B makes life unpleasant
We live in Hong Kong but want to buy a home in London
Owners of properties in England could save ‘tens of thousands’ on the cost of extending leases
We haven’t been able to sell her house since her death last year
He is contributing to running costs but does that mean a stake in its ownership?
Friends want to make three homes out of one, plus who is liable if children are injured while trespassing on farmland?
Phasing out England’s inequitable leasehold system would require political action, not empty talk
Watchdog names Persimmon, Barratt, Countryside and Taylor Wimpey in potential mis-selling probe
My husband and I have divorced and are selling our house and flat
The pitfalls of converting a retail property into a residence, plus what to do about neighbours’ noisy canines
Reforms ‘to give peace of mind to many’ will be backdated to January 31 2020
Reforms are sorely needed, but will take years and have huge consequences
Understanding assets held in trust during a divorce — and should you withhold a percentage of cash from a builder until the job is completed to your liking?
Builders say prices have risen — but who should pay? Plus a stamp-duty conundrum