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Gatehouse Chambers Brew: Renters Reform Bill

United Kingdom - September 28 2022 The Renters Reform Bill seeks to shake up the regulation of private residential lettings in a way which far exceeds any change made in the last…

“It’s my house not yours”: separating unmarried couples, and the houses they own - the legal framework

United Kingdom - March 16 2022 Couples who live together may legally co-own the property they live in, in which case the legal title at the Land Registry would show both of their…

Behind the Façade Webinar: Issues when looking to the service charge as an avenue for redress

United Kingdom - February 4 2022 Daniel Gatty, Laura Tweedy, Cameron Stocks and Adam Smith-Roberts take a deep dive into the issues which arise when the service charge is looked to…

Daniel Gatty, Adam Smith-Roberts, Cameron Stocks

Property Litigation Column: Notice periods, evictions and COVID-19: what length notice do you need for assured and assured shorthold tenancies, and can bailiffs evict yet?

United Kingdom - June 4 2021 The pandemic legislation has caused many difficulties and much confusion for landlords and tenants, and sadly it is not quite smooth sailing yet. On…

Tough times ahead: repossessions recommence

United Kingdom - September 23 2020 As of 21st September 2020, the courts can begin hearing possession cases following the lifting of the stay introduced to prevent evictions in the…

Katrina Mather