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Royds Withy King handles sale of Bathway Service Station to BP

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Richard Gorham, Real Estate lawyer at Royds Withy King

Richard Gorham, associate in the Real Estate team at Royds Withy King   The Real Estate team at Royds Withy King, has helped the owners of a busy service station to sell their site to BP for an undisclosed sum. …

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Royds Withy King strengthens Real Estate team

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- Richard Roth pictured with Paul Daniels, partner and head of the Real Estate team at Royds Withy King

Left to right: Richard Roth pictured with Paul Daniels, partner and head of the Real Estate team at Royds Withy King   Law firm Royds Withy King has strengthened its Real Estate team with the appointment of partner Richard Roth. …

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Royds Withy King appointed as legal advisers for the new Grove Business Park development

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UK Top 100 law firm Royds Withy King’s Oxford-based team has been appointed to advise on the development of a new business unit and office development at Grove Business Park, near Wantage. Royds Withy King’s commercial property team in Oxford …

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Royds Withy King advises Gold Care Homes on share sale and property leaseback

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A Bath-based team from UK top 100 law firm Royds Withy King has advised the shareholders of Gold Care Holdings Limited on the circa £90m sale of the Gold Care group to an overseas real estate investor. The transaction included …

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New property disputes lawyer for Royds Withy King

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property disputes lawyer

Royds Withy King has strengthened the Property Disputes team in Bath with the appointment of Sarah Taylor.

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Industrial estate acquired for private buyers in just four weeks

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The commercial property team at Royds Withy King and agents Kavanaghs worked together to ensure the successful acquisition of an industrial estate in Berkshire for private buyers, just four weeks after agreeing terms.

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Royds Withy King completes sale of historic Bristol hotel

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Lawyers from Royds Withy King’s Leisure and Hospitality team acted for the sellers of the historically-significant Henbury Lodge Hotel in Bristol.

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Plans to expand Grove Business Park given the green light

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Plans to expand a major Oxfordshire business park have been given the green light in a move which is set to bring hundreds of new jobs to the area.

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Businesses urged to lobby for ‘Smart Homes’ solution

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The team behind the proposed new ‘Smart Homes’ development in Oxford are calling on business leaders to voice their support for this pioneering scheme which is designed to provide cost-effective housing for key workers and first time buyers. The call …

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Landlord update – changes to the Deregulation Act 2015

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From October 2015, a number of changes come into effect regarding the Deregulation Act 2015, particularly Section 21 notices and landlords’ additional responsibilities to assured shorthold tenants.

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Buyers beware – two things you need to know when buying a property

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A recent High Court decision has emphasised two important principles when buying a property: only exchange contracts when you are confident you will have the funds and are ready to complete, and always obtain a survey before you exchange. It is the buyer who stands to lose out by not taking these fundamental steps.

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Right to Manage – multiple blocks could put you in a bit of an estate

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A recent Court of Appeal case has confirmed that a separate Right to Manage (RTM) company must be formed for each individual building containing residential flats in an estate. In the common situation where a residential estate consists of more than one building, the flat owners/leaseholders/lessees in each building will need to form a separate RTM company, and follow the Right to Manage procedure independently of each other.

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