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Landlord & Tenant

Fools rush in

The government must give careful consideration to the long-term effects of its proposals before it slashes the MoJ budget, warns the criminal Bar’s new chairman, Christopher Kinch QC

Under attack

Claiming City rates for personal injury work contributes to keeping the cost of litigation at an unjustifiably high level and should be capped by the courts, argue Mark Ashley and Carina Patterson; but Fraser Whitehead disagrees and suggests instead a move away from the concept of City rates

Update: residential property

Janet Armstrong-Fox discusses preventing a sub-sale, the increase in the annual rent threshold for assured shorthold tenancies, a change to Land Registry policy on identification evidence, and the wording of contracts