I used to periodically get rung up by a nice man from one of the High Court Sheriff firms telling me how they did a much better job than the bailiffs. “We can get you an appointment within 24 … [Read more...]
This section contains posts about or commenting on significant legal cases in landlord & tenant law.
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 … [Read more...]
David Smith of Anthony Gold solicitors reports on a new Court of Appeal decision that will seriously affect landlords and agents. As a landlord or letting agent you probably thought: That … [Read more...]
Landlords of tenancies which pre-date April 2007 who are still reeling from the effect of Superstrike now have another Court of Appeal decision to worry them. Charalambou v. Ng, which you can read on … [Read more...]
As some of you will be aware, last year, in the case of Spencer v. Taylor the Court of Appeal decided to use a new interpretation of section 21 of the Housing Act 1988. As reported by Anthony Gold, … [Read more...]
When bringing possession proceedings against a tenant, you not only need to get the order for possession. You also need to physically evict the tenants (if they fail to move out) the proper way - via … [Read more...]