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 June 2020
A lease that contains a covenant against use other than as a private dwellinghouse is breached where the tenant...
A property which was converted into flats before the Building Regulations 1991 came into force, which otherwise...
If possession proceedings were initially “brought” under CPR Part 55, and are not caught by one of the...
18th June 2020
Financial pressures brought on by COVID have brought many landlords and tenants together in agreeing rent and service charge...
15th January 2018
Whether the cost of maintaining parts of an estate falls within service charge provisions depends on the wording of...
10th January 2018
Amidst a host of other circumstance-specific determinations, the UT decided a single important point of law: that...
8th January 2018
For the purposes of Section 20B(1) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 ("the 1985 Act") a relevant cost is incurred...
In a conflict between a clear scheme of covenants and complimentary service charge machinery, and ambiguous...
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