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For the answer to this question, Leasehold Life is very pleased to introduce new guest contributor Chris Alexander, a property litigation solicitor at SA Law LLP who advises landlords, tenants and managing agents on all aspects of residential landlord and tenant law. This advice includes service charge disputes, disrepair claims, forfeiture, lease extenstion, collective enfranchisement, right of first refusal and the appointment of managers. Chris also writes the Leasehold Lawyer Blog giving commentary on issues in the world of residential landlord and tenant law.
Guest Contributors - Articles
The dust has started to settle from the Supreme Courts decision in the case of Daejan Investments Limited v. Benson. There has already been much written about the reasons and reasoning of this decision from the legal profession but what could it really mean in practice to leaseholders? Leasehold Life is very pleased to publish an opinion piece by Solicitor David Whitney of Landlord and Tenant specialist law firm (and ALEP member) Painsmith Soliciitors. David also contributes to the PainSmith Landlord and Tenant Law Blog.
A recent High Court case has changed the historic interpretation of when s20 consultation is required for major works costing in excess of £250 for any single leaseholder. The Court’s decision has far reaching effects upon the way properties are to be managed and upon the consultation process to be followed. Leasehold Life is very pleased to publish a procedural practice guide by new guest contributor Nicholas A. Faulkner BSc (Hons) FRICS MIRPM, Head of New Developments at independent property advisory company Stiles Harold Williams.
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