Ed John considers the implications of the recent case of Campbell v Daejan
On 20 November 2012, the Court of Appeal re-emphasised that there is no implication in service charge provisions that a landlord can recover 100% of its costs.
In the case of Campbell v Daejan , the tenant was able successfully to argue Read More
As reports rage of an impasse between the Government and the insurance industry on negotiations over the future of flood insurance, the question on everyone’s lips is “where do we go from here?”
Don’t be fooled by the recent wintry drop in temperature; we started with the wettest April on record earlier this year and Read More
Picture this: a difficult tenant decides that they don’t want to leave the property at the end of its lease and the landlord can’t wait to see the back of them. The landlord wants to recover possession and use the tenant’s deposit to pay for any damage that the troublesome tenant has caused. It sounds Read More