Lease Extensions and Enfranchisement is Made Simpler

On a more helpful note, following the Leasehold Reform (Amendment) Act 2014 coming into force on 13th May 2014, the requirement for tenants to personally sign the Notice of Claim or Initial Notice when seeking to extend leases or collective enfranchisements has been removed.  This not only removed the not inconsiderable logistical problems of getting all

Anti-Social behaviour – New Laws or new nuisance? A new approach

Date: Wednesday 11th June Time: 3.30pm registration for a 4.00pm start Venue: British Library, St Pancras, London Dealing with anti-social behaviour issues can be a complex, costly, time consuming and frustrating business for Housing Associations and Local Authorities. This free seminar explains how the new legislation will introduce simpler and more effective powers to tackle

Pre-marital/Post-nuptial Agreements – The court considers the weight to be attributed to them when the parties decide to divorce in Luckwell v Limata [2014]

In the case of Luckwell-v-Limata (2014), which were divorce/financial proceedings, the court faced the issue of how much weight, if any, should be given to the pre-marital/post-nuptial agreements signed, prior to and during the marriage by the parties. As you may be aware, Pre-marital/post-nuptial agreements are not legally binding in the UK yet, but are