Jean-Baptiste joined Peter Barry as a Surveying Administrator in March 2016 and has since progressed to the role of APC Trainee Surveyor. He has a solid background within the property field after successfully completing an RICS accredited Real Estate Honours degree at the University of Westminster. Jean-Baptiste has been working in residential property management for a couple of years dealing with high end clientele. He enjoys traveling and discovering new cultures while learning foreign languages and is already fluent in French and Spanish.
Being legal documents, party wall notices must be ‘served’ and the acceptable methods of service are set out is section 15 of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996. Service by Hand Sometimes our clients prefer to hand deliver their party wall notices as it gives them an opportunity to add a personal touch to the legal ... Read More >>
Back in the middle of 2017, Taylor Wimpey amongst a few others, received blanket bad press for their involvement in the selling of leasehold houses, which included very aggressive ground rents. Headlines such as “£9,000 per year Ground Rent” and “Newlyweds unable to sell home due to legal catch that sees ground rent ... Read More >>
I have previously written about the option of an adjoining owner applying for an injunction where their neighbour has commenced work covered by the Party Wall Act without serving notice. However, the costs of obtaining an injunction can be significant, may not be recoverable in full and such would only be justified where there ... Read More >>