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A new question: When is a flat not a flat?

2nd December 2019

By Nicola Muir Having struggled with ‘what is a house?’, the Court of Appeal has turned its attention to ‘what is a...

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Ghosh v Hanover Gate Mansions Ltd [2019] UKUT 290 (LC)

29th November 2019

Summary A contact between a landlord and a managing agent was found to have come into existence when the performance of...

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Triplerose Ltd v Ms Bronwen Stride [2019] UKUT 99 (LC)

29th November 2019

Summary There was inadequate evidence to conclude that a lease was ‘unsatisfactory’ for the purposes of s.35 of the...

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East Tower Apartments Limited v No.1 West India Quay Residential Limited LON/00BG/LSC/2014/0329

29th November 2019

Summary The long-running saga of East Tower Apartments Limited v No.1 West India Quay Residential Limited continues. The...

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Camden LBC v Morath [2019] UKUT 193 (LC)

29th November 2019

Summary The First-tier Tribunal had been correct to refuse a local authority landlord's application under the Landlord and...

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Westlake Estates v Yinusa [2019] UKUT 225 (LC)

29th November 2019

Summary For the purposes of Section 47 of the 1987 Act, where only one address is contained in the invoice, this is...

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Jonathan Upton wins important appeal on the Ft-T’s jurisdiction in land registration cases

6th November 2019

Jonathan Upton wins important appeal on the Ft-T’s jurisdiction in land registration cases Wolloff v Patel [2019] UKUT...

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Social mobility advocate: Gemma De Cordova

25th September 2019

Gemma, tell us about your background and why you decided to become a barrister. I grew up in Bristol, the third of four...

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Right to manage still extends across shared estate, despite practical difficulties

30th August 2019

FirstPort Property Services v Settlers Company RTM Limited [2019] UKUT 243 (LC) Property analysis: A right to manage...

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Farewell to the Assured Shorthold Tenancy

20th August 2019

By Nicola Muir The Government is proposing to abolish Assured Shorthold Tenancies in order to stop "no fault" evictions....

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A Change is Gonna Come

22nd July 2019

Nicola Muir examines the Government’s plans to implement reforms to the leasehold system The first wave of reforms to...

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Persons Unknown and other known unknowns

8th July 2019

Michael Walsh’s latest article sets out how to obtain urgent injunctions against urban explorers and other trespassers....

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