Last weekend I visited the Tate Modern and was reminded of the recent ruling in the highly publicised case of Fearn & Ors v The Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery
Summer 2019 has seen several court decisions being made with relation to disputes regarding residential properties
We’re always happy to remind people about the importance of all parties having a clear understanding of exactly what a lease contains
A summary of the Supreme Court’s judgment in the leading case (Daejan Investments Ltd v Benson and others)
Licence to Alter and the associated legal considerations.
I have been tasked with considering 2019 predictions for the leasehold industry.
If you know anything about commonhold and leasehold home ownership, you will be aware that The Law Commission has been leading the conversation regarding commonhold being a better alternative to leasehold for many years now
Section 21 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 requires landlords to provide leaseholders with a summary of the service charge costs incurred.
There are many reasons why leaseholders may wish to exercise their right to make an application for the right to manage.
Mundy v Trustees of the Sloane Stanley Estate
Wild Duck Limited v Smith