We often hear about conflicts of interest in both legal and non-legal settings, and how this can affect professionalism in certain industries. In the recent case of Arrassey Properties Limited v Nelsons Solicitors (Case No. F55YJ238), which concerned a property dispute.
Leaseholders who are unhappy with the management of their building have a number of options which enable them to take control of this themselves.
Part 1 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (the Act) grants leaseholders of residential buildings, in certain circumstances, the right of first refusal where a freeholder intends to dispose of its interest in the building.
This guide aims to provide freeholders and managing agents with a brief overview of the first of these two procedures – collective enfranchisement- – including when it applies, how the freehold is valued, and what to do if leaseholders serve notice under the LRHUDA.
This guide aims provides freeholders and managing agents with an overview of service charge demands, what can be charged to leaseholders and the consultation process.
This guide aims to provide freeholders and managing agents with an overview of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987, when it applies and what they need to do to comply.
Implied Terms have been around for hundreds of years, yet still provide issues for contracting parties from time to time. The Supreme Court, in the recent case of Barton & Ors v Morris & Anr UKSC 3, has considered the law in this area which should serve as an important reminder to all contracting parties.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of local residents in their nuisance claim against the Tate Modern whose gallery viewing platform overlooked their homes.