Interview with Gunduz Misiri our Associate Solicitor

Interview with Gunduz Misiri our Associate Solicitor Q: How long have you worked at Bowling & Co?A: Over 6 years and have enjoyed each and every year of working here. Q: What aspects of law first attracted you to the profession?A: The status of being a solicitor has always appealed to me. I have always been interested in property and business and becoming a Commercial Property solicitor was the perfect way to combine work with what I enjoy. Q: Who (or what) inspired you?A: My parents were always very supportive…

Top 5 tips for successful commercial business relocation

It’s said that moving to a new house is one of the most stressful events of your life. If you’re moving your business, then you have a completely different set of things to worry about. Rather than ‘Where’s the kitchen box with the kettle gone?’ it’s more ‘Where’s the box with the server gone!’. You’ve also got to make sure that a move doesn’t cost you more than just the price of the removals van, and that your business doesn’t suffer as a result. Business relocations should be smooth transitions…

Buy to let Landlords beware – letting prevented by lease user restriction

The Upper Tribunal has held that a flat owner was prevented from letting out their flat due to the terms of the lease restriction as to the use of the property. The landlord successfully appealed against a decision at first instance that the flat owner was not in breach of covenant. In the case of Roundlistic Limited v Jones and Seymour [2016] UKUT 325 (LC), a restrictive covenant confirmed the maisonette's use to occupation by the tenant and their family. This was held to mean meant that only the flat…

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