Category Archives: Landlord and Tenant

‘Humanitarian’ Residential Landlord Fails in Novel Banning Order Appeal

We asked Solicitor Aqsa Umar to provide some expert insight into the below case :...

Property Law Runthrough

This past week, we’ve highlighted all the work we do regarding Property Law. Our services...

Is Your Landlord Harassing You? You Don’t Have to Just Grin and Bear It

Tenants have a right peacefully to enjoy their homes, free from harassment by their landlords....

Landowner Target of Poison-Pen Letters Receives Substantial Damages

There can be few things more wounding or worrying than to be on the receiving...

Supreme Court Lays Down the Law on Commercial Property Service Charges

Many commercial leases appear to confer on landlords a wide and unilateral power to calculate...

Renting: No-fault evictions to be banned in England

Under proposals published in a government White Paper, Landlords are to be prevented from evicting...

Is Your Lease Under Threat of Forfeiture? Don’t Delay Consulting a Solicitor

Tenants who fail to pay their rent on time place themselves in real danger of...

Commercial Premises – Where Does the Burden of COVID-19 Losses Fall?

Where the COVID-19 pandemic rendered the use of commercial premises illegal or unviable, should the...

Tenancy Agreements – Does The Law Adequately Cover Modern House Or Flat-Sharing Arrangements?

In modern day towns and cities with high house prices and young, mobile populations, house...

Commercial Leases and Opting Out of Security of Tenure – Test Case Ruling

Commercial landlords and tenants may contract out of the security of tenure provisions of the...