Disputes and disagreements are a fact of economic life. They are part of the business of owning or occupying property. With the shortage of homes creating a building boom all over the country and the rapid increase prices, property litigators are having a busy time.
This webinar looks at all the main developments for property litigators over the last 12 months or so including:
- landlords’ obligations on dilapidations
- developments on validity and service of notices
- landlord and tenant update
- lease renewal developments
- business rate relief
- telecommunications code and the relationship to the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954
- costs for property lawyers
- the new business and property courts
Louise Clark, partner at Charles Russell Speechlys, advises on all aspects of residential and commercial property disputes including service charges, dilapidations and other breach of covenant claims, business tenancy renewals, professional negligence, contractual and development claims.
She acts for a range of clients including landed estates, institutional investors, charities and not for profit organisations, property companies and individuals. Louise has an established reputation for assisting clients to achieve their objectives in a timely and cost effective manner whether through negotiation, mediation or litigation.
Louise is also a CEDR and ADR accredited mediator and former chair of the Property Litigation Association. She writes for property publications including the Estates Gazette and is a regular speaker on property litigation issues.