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In Beaumont Business Centres Ltd v Florala Properties Ltd (2020) the High Court considered the legal position regarding a serviced office provider’s right to light following an adjoining apathotel development. Beaumont Business Centres Limited...
In this case - Duval v 11-13 Randolph Crescent Ltd - reached the Supreme court in May 2020 after a tenant in a block of flats had requested the landlord’s consent for alterations, but disputed by another...
You may own a property outright (freehold is as good as outright as you can get in England) but that doesn’t mean you can do with it exactly as you choose - not if there are any...
In this case (F.J.M. v. the United Kingdom, November 2018) the lady tenant had been evicted by her landlord using the Section 21 process and following a possession order granted to the landlord. She claimed that the...
A case in point last year involved a Stockport agent accessing tenant’s personal data resulting in prosecution, a fine and dismissal. An employee of Stockport Homes Limited (SHL), the offender, was a customer services...
In the case of Home Group v Henry (2018), at Newcastle County Court, a landlord had served a S21 notice on its tenant living in a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO). The landlord...
The case was brought by Mrs Parr, the assured shorthold tenant of a flat since 2007, against the new landlord Mr & Mrs Sebastiampillai who had previously obtained a possession order to repossess the property. Mrs Parr...
The practice of sub-letting a residential rental property to another landlord, a property management company or a local authority, (sometimes referred to as rent-to-rent or guaranteed rent) is an arrangement that many property owners have found an...
This case relates to properties in Wales and whether a section 8 notice is valid, served when the landlord was not licensed under section 7 of the Housing (Wales) Act 2014. The cased dates...
Is it right that a minor error in a notice should invalidate it, even if a reasonable recipient, by using common sense, is easily able to interpret the intended meaning? This was the question posed in an...