Members of our Landlord & Tenant and Property teams will be at the Flat Living Road Show at Croydon Conference Centre on 11th July.
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New legislation prohibits landlords and agents from charging excessive fees to current and prospective tenants.
The Tenant Fees Act 2019 (the Act)... Read more »
It is often the case that a client will want to know their prospects of success before deciding whether to pursue or defend a claim via litigation.... Read more »
A very hard time for the family of professional footballer Emiliano Sala. Even though the plane he was travelling in appears to have been located,... Read more »
In the case of Pilgrim Rock Ltd v Iwaniuk, Lee Stafford, a Partner in our Litigation & Dispute Resolution team, successfully defended his... Read more »
The legal position established in 2015 by Vidal-Hall et al v Google Inc has recently been revised, clarifying the scope under which data protection... Read more »
One of the most daunting moments for a leasehold owner is receiving a service charge demand, knowing that there is a contractual cost contained within... Read more »
As a landlord, having a good managing agent you can rely on and trust is very important. A managing agent is deemed to be the representative of the... Read more »
If you have large trees close to your property, during the recent hot weather you might have enjoyed the shade they cast, but their proximity could... Read more »
Last week saw yet another news story focusing on leasehold unfairness. On this occasion, the news reported on Charles McCadden and the forfeiture of... Read more »