Property & Real Estate Barristers
Tanfield is a leading set in property law and a ‘force to be reckoned with’ across all aspects of commercial and property law.
Regarded, by peers, clients and the wider property sector as unrivalled on the subject of Enfranchisement and Right to Manage, the set has related expertise in areas such as Commercial Disputes, Banking & Mortgages, Private Client and Professional Negligence, as well as a range of other, complementary specialisms.
30th May 2019
Where an entry clause requires a tenant to permit his or her landlord entry upon receipt of reasonable notice,...
An application to the FTT
that fails to identify what it is, is not capable of being saved from
Whether s.4 of the DPA 1972 requires a landlord to implement a system of regular inspection is fact specific, one...
Cheema-Grubb J found that the failure of the trial judge to take structured approach to the question of whether...
30th April 2019
The Claimant was the leaseholder of a flat complaining of noise nuisance from her upstairs neighbours. The trial...
Whilst parties are free to agree what breaches be material or substantial for the purposes of their contract,...
26th February 2019
The Upper Tribunal determined whether a management agreement amounted to a qualifying long term agreement.
The Upper Tribunal determined whether a landlord had waived the right to forfeit a lease of residential property...
30th January 2019
The High Court determined the correct interpretation of a rent suspension clause in circumstances where a property...
The Court of Appeal held that a section 21 notice cannot be served by a superior landlord during the term of a...
A covenant against alterations to the ‘elevation’ of a building can be broken where alterations are made to...
7th March 2018
Compiled by Piers Harrison and Daniel Dovar, Barristers, Tanfield Chambers.
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