The Right to Roam

The Right to Roam

Our News   I have heard of the Right to Roam. What does this actually mean and what type of land/property is affected? The Countryside & Rights of Way Act 2000 (CROW) was enacted so that the members of the general public have the Right to Roam. Providing the...
How to Protect Your Property from Fraud

How to Protect Your Property from Fraud

LawSpot How to protect your property from fraud Incidents of property fraud have unfortunately increased in recent years. Karen Liddiard, a Chartered Legal Executive at Harold G Walker talks about some practical steps that you can take to help protect yourself and...
Joint Ownership of Property

Joint Ownership of Property

Our News   Joint Property Ownership  Explained For varied reasons, (often economic), many people are now purchasing or investing in property with relatives or friends and not just partners. However, before committing to a joint property ownership it is vitally...
Onerous Ground Rent Provisions in Leases

Onerous Ground Rent Provisions in Leases

Our News   Onerous Ground Rent Provisions in Leases Due to bad publicity in recent months concerning some owners of flats and leasehold houses having onerous ground rent provisions it has come to light that quite a few leases have onerous ground rent provisions which...

Welcome Relief for First Time Buyers

Our News Welcome Relief for First Time Buyers In the last budget the Government announced it will be waiving stamp duty for first time buyers, which was a very welcome step to aid those trying to get their foot on the first rung of the property ladder. With ever...