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Unfair practices in the leasehold market?

Unfair Practices in the Leasehold Market? Many of us will have seen news stories recently about leasehold home-owners being unable to sell their homes due to excessive ground rents. As a result some may be concerned about ever buying a ... Read more

Building an extension – the legal implications

  So you’ve chosen your floor, worktops and made that important decision about whether you really do need soft closers on the saucer cupboard, but have you considered the other important things like planning permission and other consents? If you ... Read more

Collecting for the Food Bank in Wimbledon

Trussell Trust Food Bank During the month of December the staff at Ashworths are teaming up with the other firms in the The Old Exchange building and are collecting food for the Trussell Trust food bank in Wimbledon.   Managing partner, Brendan ... Read more

SDLT Relief for First Time Buyers

Government announces tax break for First Time Buyers In a throwback to the period between 2010 and 2012, the Government has today re-introduced differential treatment between first time buyers and those who have previously owned a residential property.  It is ... Read more

New SDLT regime in Wales from 1 April 2018

Stamp Duty Land Tax in Wales On 1 April 2018 the Welsh Assembly Government will introduce its own Land Transaction Tax (LTT) to replace Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT). This will mean that England, Scotland and Wales will each have ... Read more

Airbnb style lettings

Airbnb  - how it is changing short term lettings Even if you have never actually used Airbnb, it is difficult to miss the fact that it is an online marketplace that works extremely well. Home-sharing platforms are almost the type ... Read more
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