Warren Gordon

Warren Gordon

Warren Gordon is senior professional support lawyer at CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP, chair of the Property Section and outgoing chair of the Law Society’s Conveyancing and Land Law Committee.

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    Opinion

    Home truths

    2019-09-10T00:00:00

    Warren Gordon considers the government’s plans on leasehold, and looks ahead to our annual conference

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    Feature

    Home fee

    2019-06-11T00:01:00

    Warren Gordon looks at the impact of the Tenant Fees Act 2019, which will limit the payments that a landlord can charge in connection with most short-term residential tenancies entered into on or after 1 June 2019

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    Opinion

    Ringing in the new

    2019-06-11T00:00:00

    Warren Gordon looks at some of the key wording in the new edition of the Law Society’s Code for Completion by Post

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    Opinion

    Fall colour

    2019-05-09T08:02:00

    Property Section chair Warren Gordon provides updates on some of the key issues in property law and practice, including Dreamvar and leasehold, and looks ahead at the Property Section’s autumn events

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    Opinion

    Common cause

    2019-03-12T11:10:00

    Property Section chair Warren Gordon looks at the Law Commission’s proposals on commonhold

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    Feature

    Taking charge

    2019-03-12T11:04:00

    From April, new regulatory requirements for service charges for commercial property will come into force. Warren Gordon outlines the changes, and what they mean for existing leases

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    Opinion

    Cleaning house

    2018-12-05T00:00:00

    The government has turned its eye to change in the residential housing sector, from ensuring sufficient supply, to addressing escalating ground rents. Warren Gordon explains

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    Feature

    The green light

    2018-07-26T16:47:00

    From April 2018, new regulations will make it significantly harder for landlords to rent property with an energy efficiency rating below ‘E’. Warren Gordon looks at the lease drafting implications, and potential exemptions from the new requirements

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    Opinion

    Living the Dreamvar

    2018-06-06T00:00:00

    Property Section chair Warren Gordon looks at how the Section will be supporting members with the issues presented by the Dreamvar / P&P decision

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    Opinion

    Ring in the new year

    2018-03-06T15:39:00

    In his first Comment of 2018, Property Section chair Warren Gordon looks at the year ahead for residential and commercial property solicitors – and how the Section can help

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    Coded message

    2017-12-05T00:00:00

    New Property Section chair Warren Gordon outlines the implications of the new Electronic Communications Code

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    Opinion

    From the ground up

    2017-12-05T00:00:00

    In September 2017, Warren Gordon became the new chair of the Property Section. In his first comment piece, he provides a personal perspective on leasehold ground rents

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    Feature

    Sign of the times

    2017-06-09T09:33:00

    Warren Gordon looks at new Land Registry proposals to roll out the use of electronic signatures for registrable documents, and the potential implications for security and fraud in conveyancing transactions

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    News

    New guidance on minimum energy efficiency standards for non-domestic property

    2017-03-16T16:55:00

    In February, the government released new guidance on the operation of the regulations behind the minimum energy efficiency standards for non-domestic property, coming into force in April 2018. Warren Gordon outlines the key points of the guidance

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    Feature

    Cue title

    2017-03-07T00:00:00

    Warren Gordon outlines the content of the 2016 revisions to the seventh edition of the certificate of title

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    Feature

    Proof positive

    2016-12-12T17:14:00

    Warren Gordon outlines the problems that arise for conveyancers around positive freehold covenants, and the potential application of new proposals from the Law Commission

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    Analysis

    Danger for solicitors where seller is a fraudster: P and P Property Ltd

    2016-11-14T10:53:00

    Warren Gordon outlines the recent case of P&P Property Limited v (1) Owen White and Catlin LLP (2) Crownvent Limited t/a Winkworth, in which the seller was a fraudster

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    Feature

    Warning signs

    2016-09-07T00:00:00

    The High Court decision in Purrunsing v A’Court & Co is an important judgment on the liability of a seller’s solicitor and buyer’s solicitor where the buyer is the victim of a fraudulent seller. Warren Gordon explains

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    Feature

    Springing into action

    2016-06-02T13:24:00

    Warren Gordon provides an update on the work of the Law Society’s Conveyancing and Land Law Committee this spring, including around Land Registry privatisation, short-form leases and the Mortgage Credit Directive

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    Mint conditions

    2016-03-08T15:31:00

    The third edition of the Standard Commercial Property Conditions will soon be released. Warren Gordon provides a round-up of some of the key changes from the previous edition

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