Property Disputes

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Do you find it challenging keeping up with the latest cases and legislation affecting property disputes? Getting to grips with the impact of the Jackson reforms? Or thinking through the implications for your clients of the latest update to the Civil Procedures Rules?

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What's new in Property Disputes

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The following features and improvements were added in July 2018 

  • Continued significant Q&A build - circa 50 p/m
  • Two Practice Notes covering the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) and Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) procedure.
  • Consolidation and enhancement of our content in respect of business tenancies under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, including in respect of statutory compensation and ground (f) opposition
  • Consolidation and enhancement of our forfeiture content
  • Practice Note on the potential implications for landlords of accepting rent from a third party
  • Three residential service charge section 20 consultation procedure precedents
  • LTA 1954 drafting notes to claim form and particulars of claim in the context of LTA 1954 Drafting note for claim form and particulars—unopposed lease renewal (landlord’s claim)
  • Two substantive new assured and assured shorthold tenancy Practice Notes covering all aspects of AT and ASTs from grant to termination