Brexit Bill Basics Jonathan Thompson, Senior Associate The Agriculture Bill was published on 12th September and will receive its second reading in the House of Commons on 10th October. So begins its passage through the Houses of Parliament. This will take some months and expect it to become law near the end of the current…
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- The Building Regulations
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- The Party Wall Act, and The Access to Neighbouring Land Acts
- Mains, Drains and Sewers
- Funding for repairs and alterations; and lender’s consent
- Restrictive Covenants and Title restrictions
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