Monthly Archives: December 2011

Has Church Commissioners for England v Koyale Enterprises Limited ended the forfeiture with a default judgment debate?

You may have read my blog article before Christmas which discussed the alternative approaches to whether a landlord should be able to forfeit a long residential lease using a default judgment (if you didn’t read it then click here:  Well … Continue reading

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The first steps towards regulation of the property management industry?

There have been calls for formal regulation of the Property Management industry for as long as I can remember but successive governments have ignored these calls on the basis that while there are a few rogue operators in any sector, the … Continue reading

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Default judgment and forfeiture, can they? Can’t they?

The holy grail of leasehold enforcement proceedings for a landlord of a property on a long residential lease is forfeiture.  Forfeiture is often criticised as a outdated and unfair remedy for a landlord and is never far from the top of … Continue reading

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