Monthly Archives:: March 2014

Property Disputes – Landlord & Tenant Update

Two recent court cases appear to have given landlords some much needed comfort dealing with their tenants. Case One The first case, Spencer -v- Turner, concerned the Court of Appeal’s decision regarding what was previously a settled area of law relating to the service of Section 21 notice of seeking possession. The Court held that… Read more »

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Leasehold Reform Amendment Bill

The Leasehold Reform Amendment Bill received the Royal Assent on Friday 14th March 2014 which means that it will be come law shortly. The bill is a private members’ bill which makes a small but important amendment to the 1993 Leasehold Reform Housing and Urban Development Act. When enacted it will remove the requirement that… Read more »

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Mark Chick Will Be Speaking At The ALEP Conference (20th March 2014)

Mark Chick is speaking at the ALEP (Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners) Conference on Thursday at the Royal College of Surgeons in Lincolns Inn Fields. Mark will be speaking with Mark Wilson of specialist valuers Myleasehold on the subject of ‘Formal vs. Informal’ – a topic requested by delegates at the last conference. The debate… Read more »

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