Landlord & Tenant

Partitions and vacant possession

David Sawtell and Erol Topal consider the implications of Riverside Park for landlords and tenants with a break clause requiring vacan

22 Dec 2016

Roundup of property developments in 2016

Adam Rosenthal considers a cross section of the cases decided this year, including three significant Supreme Cour

22 Dec 2016

Deregulating possession

Practitioners need to bone up on reforms to section 21 notices following the introduction of the Deregulation Act 2015, explains District Judge Stephani

29 Nov 2016

There’s no profit in alienation consents

West India Quay gives landlords and tenants a clearer view of what consitutes a reasonable fee for processing applications for consent to assign, write Martin Dray and Keste

15 Nov 2016

Getting on board with Airbnb

Anyone thinking of advertising their property on the holiday rental site must be made aware of the legal issues and obligations surrounding it, advises Tess

01 Nov 2016

Kent and Sussex universities show pro bono commitment with new law clinics

Education of practical skills will help the next generation lawyers in a ‘highly competitiv

29 Sep 2016

Proportionality and private landlords

Alice Richardson analyses the Supreme Court judgment in McDonald v McDonald and considers its significance for futur

29 Sep 2016

Remaining alive to landlord and tenant issues

Alec Samuels considers disrepair, and notice of disrepair, issues in landlord and tenant dispute

23 Aug 2016

Old repairing issues considered anew

Timothy Fancourt QC and Nathaniel Duckworth consider the decision in Edwards v Kumarasamy on the scope of a landlord's repairin

15 Aug 2016