Civil partnership fight heads to Supreme Court The solicitor representing a man and a woman battling for the right to choose to enter a civil partnership has hailed what she describes as a ‘significant step’ in the journey for equal rights. The Supreme Court has granted Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan permission to take their…
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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
- Trees and Hedges; and, increasingly, advising on the disputes they can cause