Monthly Archives: November 2011

Tenancy Deposit Scheme changes coming

Some say what has happened to the tenancy deposit legislation constituted perverse judicial interference, I’m not so sure.  However, the government did decide to act after decisions like Tiensia and Gladehurst severely diluted the original intention of the legislation. Amendments … Continue reading

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A thriving private rented sector

That is the objective of part of the government’s Housing Strategy document which was published today.  The private rented sector is not the reports only focus but it is the bit that particularly interests me as it could impact upon … Continue reading

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Is a serving a fresh notice an abuse of process?

The answer to this question in the recent case of Westbrook Dolphin Square Ltd v Friends Provident Life and Pensions Ltd [2011] EWHC 2302 (Ch) has suggested that in certain circumstances serving a new enfranchisement notice (under section 13 of the … Continue reading

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