Real Estate Quarterly Spring 2019

Hogan Lovells quarterly newsletter on legal topics relevant to the UK real estate industry. This issue covers:

What's ahead for real estate?

Paul Tonkin shares some predictions for the coming months

Time's up for residential letting fees

Lauren Addy examines the new Tenant Fees Act 2019

Non-resident SDLT surcharge: adding 1% and more complexity

Elliot Weston considers the new surcharge for foreign investors

Recreational easements: a new species

Tim Reid and Lien Tran consider a recent Supreme Court decision on easements

The impact of drones on real estate

Jane Dockeray looks at the increasing use of drones in real estate

A landlord's intention to redevelop - crucial news from the Supreme Court

Ben Willis evaluates the impact of the most important 1954 Act case for decades


Paul Tonkin considers the current position on ACM cladding whilst Simon Keen and Ingrid Stables advise on practical next steps following the end of the CRC

2019 - the year of the dedicated property stock exchange?

Sian Owles and Jonathan Baird investigate the IPSX

Case round-up

Lien Tran summarises recent case law

Can Brexit frustrate a new lease? High Court says no deal

Paul Tonkin and Ben Willis report on the closely watched Brexit lease frustration case

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