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Contract entitled landlord to raise service charge irrespective of increase in costs, says UK Supreme Court

Lease provisions that would ultimately increase service charges payable by the tenants of a number of holiday homes near Swansea to more than £1 million a year should be allowed to stand, the UK's highest court has ruled. 11 Jun 2015

County court tackles 'long-standing controversy' over right to remove telecoms equipment, says expert

A UK landowner does not have the right to require the removal of telecoms equipment legally installed by the tenant until the tenancy agreement comes to an end, a county court in England has ruled. 05 May 2015

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Germany-France cross border real estate transactions may need to be restructured, say experts

Cross border transactions involving German entities investing in French real estate may need to be restructured as a result of proposed changes to the France/Germany double tax treaty, according to two experts. 16 Apr 2015

Latest data shows UK shop vacancy rates 'back to 2010 levels'

The percentage of UK shops left lying vacant fell to a rate last seen in 2010 last month, reflecting "the wider positive news on consumer sentiment and spend", according to the Local Data Company (LDC). 15 Apr 2015

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