A specialist solicitor has warned that “years of misery” lie ahead
The news of the £3.5 billion cladding bailout has been widely criticised as insufficient for leaseholders
A housing mediation pilot to ease the case backlog is risky for tenants, lawyers have warned
Leaseholders victims of the hazardous cladding crisis should be financially protected from the costs of remediation, the Law Society has said
Millions of leaseholders will have a new right to extend their lease by up to 990 years at zero ground rent, government has announced.
Alternatives may be required of landlords before the court will accept evicting a disabled tenant is justified, as Sarah Steinhardt and Daniel Clarke expla
Landlords will be more selective in choosing tenants and the supply of rental property may fall as a result of proposed reforms, says Laura Southgate
Enforcement action against residential developers for serious leasehold mis-selling is to be launched by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
Government plans to abolish the assured shorthold tenancy (AST) regime could lead to fewer homes being available for rent, law firm Devonshires ha
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