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Spring at Feldon Dunsmore Solicitors on Leafield Estate

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I might have mentioned at least once already that Spring is my favourite time of the year. This year, Spring officially starts on Sunday 20th March, but on the Leafield Estate in Warwick (where our offices are based), it seems Spring has already sprung. The...

Land Registry Restrictions - what, where, when and how?

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What are restrictions? Put simply, Land Registry restrictions regulate the registration of certain transactions against a title registered at the Land Registry. Such transactions may include a transfer, lease and/or charge. Restrictions...

Transfers of part: key considerations

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A transfer of part of registered land is when part of a registered title is transferred independently of other land in that title. For example, in a residential context, a transfer of part may take place where a house and garden are registered within one...

Going, Going, Gone to Warwick - We Have Moved!

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We are very excited to confirm that we have now moved offices to a fantastic new countryside location in Warwick, in the vicinity of Warwick Castle. The move has been on the horizon for some time and after what feels like endless hours of planning and...

Why is work experience important?

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In a nutshell, all work experience provides individuals with an invaluable opportunity to have an insight in to the world of working, as well as giving individuals the opportunity to get in front of potential employers. What are the benefits of...

Three lessons I will take forward from working from home

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Three lessons I will take forward from working from home. After working from home for the best part of a year, I will shortly be returning to office-based working on a rota basis three days a week. With this phased return to office working on the horizon,...

How can commercial property owners be compliant?

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There are a whole host of statutory requirements which apply to commercial properties and frequently these are overlooked by property owners, until they come to sell, let or refinance their property. It is prudent for any commercial property owner to...

Why does a property solicitor need a pair of wellies?

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This is the question that fuelled the start of my career in property law and so seemed appropriate for my first blog post. As a budding law student, somewhat ironically, I had not initially considered a career in law. Various city firms visited the...