Foxtons v. LB Camden, First Tier Tribunal,10 October 2016 This is an important decision where Foxtons appealed against four final penalty notices served on them by Camden LB in respect of four offices and the Foxtons website. The law and regulations concerned are set out in detail in the decision report (you can see a pdf […]
This section contains posts about or commenting on significant legal cases in landlord & tenant law.
The Supreme Court have now issued their judgement in the case of Edwards v Kumarasamy, overturning the Court of Appeal decision to find for the landlord, Mr Kumarasamy. A decision which will be welcomed by landlords everywhere.
There is a legal rule called ‘implied surrender’ or ‘surrender by operation of law’. This says that if a party to a tenancy or lease acts in a way that is inconsistent with an intention to continue with the lease – that is deemed to be an ‘offer to surrender’ which the landlord can accept. […]
A case where a landlord successfully sued her letting agent for allowing into occupation a tenant without doing proper checks and just relying on the referencing report
If you are considering using High Court Sheriffs to evict your tenants more quickly – read this post first as there are pitfalls
Khuja v Chowdhury is a recent case on tenancy deposits from the County Court. It has been published on BAILII so it is likely to be influential. So you need to know about it. The case was a claim for possession based on section 21 – you will find the facts of the case on […]