Laura Sheftel, Knowledge Development Lawyer
Laura is an experienced property lawyer and has dealt with a wide range of residential and commercial matters since qualifying in 2004.
Laura also spent seven years as a law tutor at Kaplan Law School where she was the Deputy Course Leader. Laura has written land law questions for the SRA’s Qualified Lawyers’ Transfer Scheme. Laura now combines her skills in her role as a Knowledge Development Lawyer by providing training and practice-updates both internally and to clients.
Laura is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
Has spring sprung in the Spring Statement?
Electrical safety standards in the private rented sector from 1 April 2021
The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector will apply to existing specified tenancies from 1 April 2021.
Hayley Lalsing and Laura Sheftel write for Property Law Journal on the Electrical Safety Standards in the private rented sector
The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector Regulations 2020 will apply to existing specified tenancies from 1 April 2021.
Cladding/EWS1 Form – What’s it all about?
It is good news that the housing market can continue to operate, with appropriate safeguards, throughout this third national lockdown.
Opportunities for overseas investors buying English residential property
SDLT Holiday – points to watch out for
Laura Sheftel and Rebecca Day discuss the Stamp Duty Land Tax holiday following the government announcement.
The Generous Chancellor
In his first Budget, Rishi Sunak mastered the art of pleasing many different voters
Landlords – something to spark your interest
Regulations impose new duties on landlords in relation to electrical installations – with stringent penalties for non-compliance.