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.
19th December 2019
The Upper Tribunal gives important decision on the meaning of service charges and the powers of Tribunal appointed Managers
29th November 2019
A contact between a landlord and a managing agent was found to have come into existence when the performance of...
There was inadequate evidence to conclude that a lease was ‘unsatisfactory’ for the purposes of s.35 of the...
The long-running saga of East Tower Apartments Limited v No.1 West India Quay Residential Limited continues.
The First-tier Tribunal had been correct to refuse a local authority landlord's application under the Landlord and...
For the purposes of Section 47 of the 1987 Act, where only one address is contained in the invoice, this is...
Tanfield Chambers’ Junior Landlord and Tenant Conference returns for its sixth year.
Tickets are now available,...
27th June 2019
The Respondent landlord could not recover sums spent on removing rubbish from the car park in circumstances in...
In deciding whether or not to make an order in the leaseholders’ favour under s20C of the Landlord and Tenant...
The UT held that it was a breach of natural justice when the FTT determined a question which was not before it...
Whether works are an improvement or a repair is irrelevant where they are in furtherance of a landlord’s...
26th February 2019
The Upper Tribunal determined whether a management agreement amounted to a qualifying long term agreement.
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