Break Clauses in Leases – What do they do? In leases, break clauses serve as crucial provisions that provide flexibility for both landlords and tenants. These clauses allow either party to terminate the lease before the expiration of the fixed term, subject to certain conditions and notice requirements. Break clauses are regulated by specific laws […]
Is buying property at auction right for you? Buying property at auction can be a thrilling and potentially rewarding experience. However, it is important to be aware of the legal implications, rules and regulations, and possible risks involved in such a purchase. In this article, part two of a two-part auction series, we will explore the […]
Is selling property at auction right for you? If you’re looking to sell property in the UK, you may have considered selling at auction. But is selling property at auction right for you? In this article, part one of a two-part auction series, we’ll explore the legal implications, rules and regulations, and important considerations when […]
Quick Guide: Buying residential property as an individual or as a company Download our free Quick Guide: Buying residential property as an individual or as a company covering: Property Searches SDLT and LTT Mortgage Availability Solicitors fees Click here to download your free quick guide This Quick Guide looks at the differences between purchasing a […]
Another in our series sharing the thoughts of our recent recruits, giving a great insight for any potential applicants into what it is like to apply for a position with us. In this instalment we talk to Fahmida Mustafa who joined our Commercial Property team as a Legal Assistant in November 2021. We asked Fahmida: […]
We are continuing with our series sharing the thoughts of our recent recruits, giving a great insight for any potential applicants into what it is like to apply for a position with us. In this third instalment we talk to Ethan Cartwright who joined our Residential Conveyancing team as a Legal Assistant in February 2022. […]
In a perfect world, you would be able to convert a commercial property from one type of business to another without having to jump through too many hoops or get tangled up in too much red tape. Unfortunately, though, this world is far from perfect, and a commercial property change of use can involve a […]
Buying a home can be stressful, especially for first-time buyers, so it’s wise to do some research to ensure you know exactly what to expect. In this guide we share an overview of the process and do some jargon busting to help you enter the property market with confidence. Conveyancing is the term that refers […]
We are delighted to announce that Patricia Taylor has been awarded a training contract here at Cullimore Dutton and will take up the role of Trainee Solicitor with immediate effect. Patricia, who studied for both the Graduate Law Diploma (GDL) and Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the University of Law, joined the Utilities team in […]
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