Financiamiento inmobiliario

Bienvenido/a a la página de inicio de Financiamiento inmobiliario en Law-Now.

En esta página encontrarás todos los artículos y publicaciones de Financiamiento inmobiliario escritos por expertos de CMS en esta área del derecho.

Para mantenerte actualizado/a con las últimas novedades, guarda esta página en tu dispositivo móvil o regístrate para recibir alertas electrónicas.

Artículos Recientes

  •  
    17/05/2024
    England

    High Street Rental Auctions: the Government’s response

    Summary The Government has published its response following its consultation on the design of its High Street Rental Auction policy. This policy is designed to help local authorities combat the detrimental effects of long-term vacancies on the high street. This Law-Now highlights some key aspects of the Government’s response. The Government will over the coming months work with stakeholders to design and develop secondary legislation to give effect to the proposals. The Government anticipates that this legislation will come into force in mid-2024. Prior to then, the Government will release...
    Leer más
  •  
    14/05/2024
    England and Wales

    Update on Business rates

    Summary  This Law-Now1 summarises some recent developments in relation to business rates following the Spring Budget 2024 and the Government’s summary of responses to the Business Rates Avoidance and Evasion consultation.Business Rates: Avoidance and Evasion – change to reset periodEmpty Property Relief (“EPR”) operates by giving owners of empty non-domestic properties 100% relief for the first three months (or six months for industrial properties) after a property becomes empty. If the property remains empty once such relief period ends, the owner must pay the property’s...
    Leer más
  •  
    08/05/2024
    England and Wales

    The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill – the latest developments in the House of Lords

    SummaryFollowing publication of the Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill (the “Bill”) on 27 November 2023, the Bill has been progressing through the legislative process and the latest iteration was published on 1 May 2024, showing the amendments made to date by the House of Lords following its Committee Stage which we consider further below.The Bill will still need to be subject to a third reading in the House of Lords before being passed back to the Commons to consider the amendments made, with both Houses needing to agree the final form before it achieves Royal Assent. Nevertheless,...
    Leer más
  •  
    18/04/2024
    United Kingdom

    Transparency: ECCTA 2023 and Register of Overseas Entities update

    The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023 (ECCTA), which is aimed at tackling economic crime and preventing abuse of corporate structures in the UK, will not only fundamentally reform the administrative requirements for UK companies, limited liability partnerships and limited partnerships generally, but will also expand the requirements of the Register of Overseas Entities (ROE) regime for overseas entities holding or acquiring UK real estate.  The ROE is a register at Companies House which came into effect on 1 August 2022. Here are some FAQs providing information about...
    Leer más
  •  
    15/04/2024
    England and Wales

    Marks and Spencer secures quashing of Secretary of State’s decision to refuse planning permission

    The recent judgment of the High Court in Marks & Spencer Plc v Secretary of State for Levelling Up Housing and Communities [2024] EWHC 452 (Admin) has received a lot of attention given its implications for the repurposing and reuse of existing buildings. The case concerned proposals by Marks & Spencer (“M&S”) to demolish their existing store on Oxford Street, London and to replace it with a nine-storey mixed use office and retail store, including a restaurant and a gym.The case was brought by M&S against the Secretary of State (“SoS”) following his decision...
    Leer más
  •  
    10/04/2024
    United Kingdom

    Interplay of contractual and statutory break notices under the Electronic Communications Code

    Summary Actual service of a contractual break notice is not required for termination of agreements under the Electronic Communications Code.The CaseIn ON Tower UK Limited v British Telecommunications PLC [23 February 2024], BT operated a telephone exchange, on the roof of which ON Tower managed various mobile telephone installations. In 2021 BT granted ON Tower a lease of various properties including part of the roof of the exchange for a term ending in 2030, but with a contractual right for BT to end the lease early. ON Tower UK Limited is a Code operator meaning that it can potentially...
    Leer más