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Property Patter: what can we expect for property law in 2024?

Emma Humphreys and Laura Bushaway are joined by Guy Fetherstonhaugh KC and Daniel Black of Falcon Chambers to look at what lies ahead for property law during 2024 – including areas of the Building Safety Act 2022 which need further clarifying, rights of way involving electric gates and whether the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 needs amendment.  We also debate some areas of law which are in need of change…

The cases and legislation referred to in this episode of Property Patter are:

  • Building Safety Act 2022
  • Adriatic Land 5 Limited v. Long Leaseholders at Hippersley Point [2023] UKUT 271
  • Bradley & Anor v. Heslin & Anor [2014] EWHC 3267
  • Bradley & Anor v. Heslin & Anor [2015] EWHC 3950 (costs)
  • Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
  • S Franses Limited v. Cavendish Hotel (London) Limited [2018] UKSC 62
  • Clipper Logistics Plc v. Scottish Equitable lc (Unreported, County Court at Shefffield, 7 March 2022)

The book referenced during this podcast is “Show Me the Bodies” by Peter Apps – details can be found here.

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