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The End of Assured Shorthold Tenancies?
The Government has launched a consultation with a view to banning “no fault” notices.
Appeal court denies mortgage borrower interest in property
Our Property Litigation expert provides an overview of a recent High Court appeal which denies mortgage borrower interest in property.
Reforms to the Residential Leasehold System in England
Government published its response to the consultation on reforms to the residential leasehold system in England
Q&A: Neighbours, noise and nuisance
Samuel Lear and Myriam Stacey (Landmark Chambers) consider questions raised by the Tate Modern viewing gallery case.
Q&A: Where do the boundaries lie?
Georgina Redsell and David Nicholls answer a query on building leases and intention to redevelop post-Franses.
The Tenant Fees Act 2019
Fundamental and extensive changes to the fees which landlords or letting agents can seek to recover.
Government proposes sweeping changes to tenant evictions
New consultation on proposals to end “no fault’ evictions under Section 21 of the 1988 Housing Act.
The end of Section 21 Notices?
James Brokenshire MP announces that the Government intends to abolish the Section 21 ‘no fault’ eviction process