Government leasehold reforms

19 April in News & Case Studies

    Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced reforms to leasehold ownership. In this article we set out comments on key questions arising from the reforms. Why is leasehold being changed? In summer 2020 the Law Commission published a series of reports following consultation into perceived shortcomings of current leasehold law with the aim...


14 April in News & Case Studies

Instruction 1. The valuation work starts the process. Please complete and return the attached instruction form. We will send you separate valuation terms and conditions for signature and return. All can be done by email with fillable PDF forms. Valuation fees payment required to valuation account. Valuation Work 2. We will call or contact you to...

Curo Places Ltd v Pimlett

15 December in News & Case Studies

Curo Places Ltd v Pimlett  Service Charge disputes   Although not required         appeal against that     UKUT lease - Appellant housing association    1 30 (LC); [2019] PLSCS 73. The appellant taking over as landlord and seeking to          appealed to the Court of Appeal. impose charge for grounds maintenance Held: The appeal was...

Tribunal Guidance of Resuming Internal Inspections

07 December in News & Case Studies

First tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) Residential Property Division Presidential Guidance for resuming internal inspections Introduction 1. It is imperative that our processes maintain a balance between the risks to safety caused by the Covid19 pandemic and the desirability or necessity to carry out an internal inspection of a property in order to discharge our duty...

Collective enfranchisement – LM Homes Ltd also Others v Queen Court Freehold Company Ltd [2018] UKUT 367 (LC)

22 October in News & Case Studies

    A recent decision by -Upper FTTP in -case of LM Homes Ltd also Others v Queen Court Freehold Company Ltd [2018] UKUT 367 (LC) has highlighted -difficulties that freeholders also developers can face in realising development or development hope value, when confronted with a collective enfranchisement claim.   In this case, -FTTP...

amin v others

22 October in News & Case Studies

Amin v Amin and others Chancery Division reliance by the respondents; and (iv) the belong beneficially to the respondents 20 12 October 2020 judge's finding that the appellant made and not to the appellant. Nugee LJ no financial contribution to the purchase (2) The appellant contended that the o [2020] EWHC 2675 (Ch) of the property was wrong. property was 100% owned by her....

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