News & Events: Nicola Muir

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The value of ‘Act’ Rights: Daejan Investments Ltd v Collins [2024] UKUT 26 (LC)

27th February 2024

Nicola Muir and Mark Loveday appeared for the Appellant and Respondent respectively in the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber)...

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Buildings Safety Act Hub

26th February 2024

Find out how the Buildings Safety Act 2022 (the "BSA") is operating in practice and see our Building Safety Act Unit's...

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When are service charge costs ‘reasonably incurred’?

14th August 2023

Recent decisions shed fresh light on the reasonableness expected of landlords.  Nicola Muir investigates. Lessees of...

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When are Costs “Reasonably Incurred”? – S. 19 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985

7th August 2023

Nicola Muir examines two recent cases on s19 of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1985. Lessees of residential flats are not...

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Some important topics to keep track of in the residential property sector in 2023

7th January 2023

By Nicola Muir. What with pandemics, wars, and a high turnover of prime ministers, 2022 was a busy year. There’s been...

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Tanfield Chambers – Chambers UK 2023

20th October 2022

Tanfield Chambers have confirmed their position amongst the top property sets, being recognised by Chambers UK as a leading...

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Tanfield Chambers – Legal 500 2023

3rd October 2022

Following a year of substantial growth, Tanfield Chambers has once again been ranked highly in the Legal 500 directory. The...

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Forfeiture – A Cautionary Tale

16th August 2022

By Nicola Muir It has long been recognised that the law of forfeiture is draconian. In 2006, the Law Commission published...

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Tanfield Chambers nominated in 4 categories for the Legal 500 UK Awards

6th July 2022

We are delighted to announce that Tanfield Chambers have been nominated in 4 categories for the Legal 500 UK Awards. Kerry...

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Residential forfeiture: abandoning a flat with no forwarding address

5th May 2022

It has long been recognised that the law of forfeiture is draconian. In 2006, the Law Commission published a report proposing...

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