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Team members Stuart Merrison, Chris Macartney and Mark Chick are holding an ‘advice surgery’ with the E17 Warner Residents’ Association on 24 January 2017. The meetings focus on initial advice and signposting and are only available on a pre-booked basis via the residents’ association. If you have a leasehold enquiry and would like to know… Read more »
Mark Chick, who heads up our Leasehold Reform team considers the important question of what happens when there is a dispute about what should (and should not) be included in the landlord’s counter notice when the landlord is claiming a “leaseback” of an area that is not currently held under a long lease. This follows… Read more »
The decision in Dolphin Square raises a number of interesting points about the basis on which a claim can be made to a freehold under the 1993 Act by what amount to ‘multiple owners’ notwithstanding the anti-avoidance provisions in the 1993 Act. In a recent note on the subject (see link below), Mark Chick takes… Read more »