Charge on your property

What is the registered charge on a property? If you take out a mortgage to buy your home, your lender will almost certainly register a charge against it at the Land Registry. The charge does not transfer ownership. However, it will give the lender important rights, including the ability to sell your home if you default on your loan. [...]

Selling property if you are a residential landlord

As interest rates and economic pressures squeeze property investment returns, more and more landlords are leaving the private rental market. There have been claims in the media of a landlord exodus and if you are a residential landlord perhaps you have been thinking about selling up too. ‘The environment for landlords is certainly very different from a decade ago,’ [...]

Business planning and the importance of making a Will

A will is an important part of everybody’s legal planning no matter your circumstances, but for anyone who is in business, a well written will is vital to ensure the minimum disruption after your death. ‘Whether you are a sole practitioner, a partner in a partnership, or a director of a limited company, you need to consider how your [...]

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