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Can I still move house during the coronavirus pandemic?

Can I still move house during the coronavirus pandemic?

9th April 2020

“Can I still move house?” is a question we are being frequently asked by clients during the lockdown, says Alistair Millar, Head of Conveyancing at Tallents Solicitors. Here, he aims to answer your key queries.

How does the lockdown affect my house sale or house purchase?

New legislation came into force on 26 March 2020 to impose restrictions in order to reduce the risk to public health arising from the Coronavirus

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No-fault evictions to be banned in England

9th May 2019
No-fault evictions to be banned in England

In an attempt to give tenants more long-term housing security and stability, the government has announced its intention to scrap Section 21 notices for evictions, writes Ross Pierrepont, a lawyer at Tallents Solicitors in Newark.

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Farming in partnership – who owns the partnership assets?

18th March 2019
Alistair Millar discusses why farming partnerships need to clearly define who owns partnership assets via a partnership agreement

“The recent ruling in the case of Wild vs Wild has once again highlighted the importance of carefully written and up to date partnership agreements for farming families, which clearly define who owns the partnership assets,” says Alistair Millar,

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Leasing or licensing a property – what’s best for your situation?

23rd April 2018
There are several ways that property can be occupied but the most the most common is through the granting of a Lease or a Licence. Mandy Kaur, a property law specialist at Tallents Solicitors in Newark explains the important differences that both tenants and landlords should understand so they can choose the best option to suit their circumstances. What is… Read more

Guidance on minimum energy efficiency standards for landlords

29th June 2016
As from 1st April 2018 all commercial and residential properties rented out in the private rented sector must achieve an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) minimum rating of E. These energy efficiency standards were set out in the 2015 Energy Efficiency Regulations. The new regulations will come into force for new lets and renewals of tenancies from 1st April 2018 and… Read more