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Buying a property for student accommodation
If your son or daughter is heading off to university, you may be thinking about their accommodation. With student rents averaging nearly £7,000 a year, you may also want to help financially. For some parents, the solution is to buy a property for their child to live in while studying and possibly to rent spare rooms to fellow students. But is this a good idea?Read More
How can a business remove a troublesome shareholder?
There are many reasons why shareholders fall out. Most companies in the UK are small owner-managed businesses, which are family businesses or have been started out by friends with a common aim. Over the years people and priorities can change and no longer align. For example, not all shareholders will agree on the direction the business is moving in, or one shareholder may believe they work harder than the others, or one may disagree with the size of another shareholder’s director’s loan account, or think someone is incompetent, or taking too much pay.Read More
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Tenancy Agreement and its 6 Key Elements
A tenancy agreement is an important document that protects the right of both parties: landlord and tenants. It is highly recommended to understand the key terms used in tenancy agreements in order to ensure a smooth tenancy experience. In most cases, the original contract should mention the detail of the new landlord and new tenants, the detail of the property, the rent amount, the deposit amount, and any specific conditions and notice period mentioned in the tenancy agreement. To mention all these details are crucial as they will resolve any disputes that may arise in the future.Read More
What is shared ownership?
Shared ownership is an opportunity to buy some parts or shares of the property, and if you are living in the property, you have to pay the rent for the other part of the property, and in most cases, the rent you pay is also at a discounted rate as compared to market rate. Shared ownership homes are usually between 25% to 75% of the property. The remaining shares can be owned by housing associations or another individual.Read More
LPE1 Form- A Comprehensive Guide
The LPE 1 Form, also known as Leasehold Property Enquiries Form 1, is a mandatory legal document in the conveyancing process that contains information provided by landlords and managing parties. It includes important information such as contact details, transfer and registration, ground rent, service charges, building insurance, disputes & enfranchisement. QualitySolicitor’s property solicitors can help you with all requirements of the LPE 1 Form, including completing the form and completing all the necessary documents about the leasehold property.Read More
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This is why, in the first instance, most people looking for legal help in relation to a 'Home And Property' call QualitySolicitors for a Free Initial Assessment over the phone before requesting our Ask the Legal Expert service; which is an introductory 45-minute face-to-face consultation for £99.
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