What Is A Conveyancers Role When Buying A Property?

You are required to select a solicitor or conveyancer to shift the legal ownership of the asset from the dealer to yourself once an agreement is reached by you on a proposal. This process is called conveyancing. However, which […]

By |January 5th, 2018|Legal|Comments Off on What Is A Conveyancers Role When Buying A Property?

Tenant Windfall: Landlords Forced to Upgrade

Approximately 10% of landlords in England and Wales currently let homes that they will be banned from letting without upgrades starting 1st April, 2018. As part of the government’s scheme to reduce the environmental footprint of the […]

By |March 2nd, 2015|Landlords, Legal, Maintenance|Comments Off on Tenant Windfall: Landlords Forced to Upgrade

How Does the 2011 Energy Act Affect Landlords?

In 2011 the government enacted new energy efficiency standards for properties being rented out by landlords in England and Wales. This legislation makes it illegal for landlords to rent out properties without a suitable level of energy […]

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    Unsuitable Cavity Wall Insulation Causing Major Damage: Warranty Denied

Unsuitable Cavity Wall Insulation Causing Major Damage: Warranty Denied

Cavity Wall Insulation is a centrepiece of the government’s energy efficiency scheme, funded in large part by the nation’s energy companies. It involves insulating the wall cavities of millions of UK homes with blow-in insulation with the […]

By |February 27th, 2015|Legal, Maintenance|Comments Off on Unsuitable Cavity Wall Insulation Causing Major Damage: Warranty Denied

Rental properties ‘haunted’ by ‘ghost’ tenants

New research reports that the phenomena of ‘ghost tenants’ is on the rise. Whilst you might be excused for thinking this blog post is part of a ‘Halloween special’ you’d be wrong. In this […]

By |October 10th, 2014|Eastbourne, Landlords, Legal, Tenants|Comments Off on Rental properties ‘haunted’ by ‘ghost’ tenants

Landlords must not turn a blind eye to criminal tenants

As reported in The Telegraph back in June the Queen’s Speech is set to include important legislation that affects all landlords. Due to a crackdown on criminal gangs misusing properties this tightening up of […]

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Mould: How it Occurs and What You Can Do To Prevent It.

A common complaint among both homeowners and tenants alike is the unsightly (and potentially dangerous) growth of mould.   Common no matter the season, it’s to be expected in a country with as much annual rainfall as Britain, but armed […]

Your Legal Responsibilities as a Landlord

Coast to Country Lettings Seaford has years of experience when it comes to navigating letting law. The law is extremely clear when it comes to the responsibilities that you will have when