We offer a Search Fee Guarantee


– This means should your transaction fall through after the funds have been collected and searches have been submitted, you will receive a second search pack on your subsequent purchase, free of charge, providing you reinstruct Aston Bond within 6 months of your original transaction falling through.

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The London Legal Walk 2020 comes to Windsor!

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The London Legal Walk is a yearly event we at Aston Bond love to get involved in.  But sadly it was postponed this year.  However, a virtual walk will be…

Changes to Use Classes

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From 1 September 2020, there has been a change in the Use Classes in England by virtue of The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020.  These…

Changes to Building Regulations Approved Document B (Fire Safety)

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On 26 May 2020, the government announced amendments to Building Regulations Approved Document B (Fire Safety). These amendments affect blocks of flats and form part of the government’s response to...

Do I still need an EPC during the Covid-19 pandemic?

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The Energy Performance of Buildings (England and Wales) Regulations 2012, known as the EPB Regulations, make it a legal requirement to have a valid Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) when a...

Relief from forfeiture due to non-payment of rent during the Covid-19 pandemic

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Commercial leases typically contain a clause enabling the Landlord the possibility of exercising a right of re-entry or to forfeit the lease in the event of non-payment of rent. During...

What can you charge your tenant following the Tenant Fees Act 2019?

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June 2019 brought in new legislation called the "Tenant Fees Act" which introduces a series of rules on what tenants can be charged for by landlords and letting agents. So...

Homes (fitness for human habitation) Act 2018

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On the 20th March 2019, a new law came into force to make sure that rented houses and flats are ‘fit for human habitation’.  Essentially, this should mean that they...
Risk of identity fraud changes the face of Conveyancing

Risk of identity fraud changes the face of Conveyancing

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The recent High Court decision of Dreamvar (UK) Limited v Mishcon de Reya (2016) EWHC 3316 (ch) has alerted the property and insurance markets to significant changes in property transactions....
boomerang kids transfer of equity and tax

Boomerang Kids, Transfer of Equity and Tax

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Your kids have fled the nest to attend University - to study and get a “good job”. Then, they graduate, but have been struggling to get the job they hoped...
the future of slough

The Future Of Slough – Regeneration and Reinvention

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The Future Of Slough – Regeneration and Reinvention We have been hearing news of the future of Slough for months now. It is safe to say that we can currently see…