Tanya Pinto , Qualified Paralegal
Tanya specialises in residential property litigation and deals with disputes between long leasehold tenants and landlords as well as disputes arising out of Assured Shorthold Tenancies to Rent Act tenancies.
AboutTanya specialises in property litigation work, and she acts for a large number of London based residential landlords and management companies as well as landlords based in Guildford and surrounding areas. Tanya deals with all types of breach of covenant claims, with particular expertise in residential forfeiture and ground rent and service charge arrears disputes. She has significant expertise in dealing with both simple and highly complex landlord and tenant disputes within the County Courts, First Tier Tribunal up to The Court of Appeal. Tanya also advises on general property management issues including the consultation procedure required for qualifying major works and qualifying long term agreements, the service of Section 20b Notices pursuant to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. In addition, she deals with lease extension matters, rights of first refusal, mortgage disputes, Assured Shorthold Tenancy and Rent Act cases.
- Acting for London based residential landlord in a Court of Appeal case: Moorjani –v- Durban Estates Limited [B2/2013/3349]
Tanya Pinto quoted in Estates Gazette on the Court of Appeal’s decision on right to rent checks
Court of Appeal decision on right to rent scheme
Court of Appeal determines that the right to rent scheme is proportionate and justified.
Coronavirus Act 2020 - Implications for Residential Tenancies
The Government had introduced the new Coronavirus Act 2020 which will affect the termination of residential tenancies.
The End of Assured Shorthold Tenancies?
The Government has launched a consultation with a view to banning “no fault” notices.
Can a Claimant bring a second action arising out of the same cause of action as the first claim?
This point was considered recently by the High Court (Technology and Construction Court).