- Tribunal cannot delegate service of its decisions to another party (Hyslop v 38/41 CHG Residents Co Ltd)
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Property Disputes analysis: The appeal case of Hyslop v 38/41 CHG Residents Co was against a decision of the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) (FTT), made in 15 December 2015 on an application brought by the landlord of two adjoining but independent buildings at 39 and 41 Craven Hill Gardens, London W2, each of 18 flats. The case examines tribunal procedure and highlights issues regarding service of documents at the direction of the(FTT), says Amanda Gourlay, a barrister at Tanfield Chambers.
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