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    Simon Sanger-Anderson

    Posted 17 October 2018
    by Simon Sanger-Anderson .

    Terminating Fixed Term Tenancies

    Social Housing V2

    In the recent case of LiveWest Homes Ltd v Bamber the issue of terminating fixed term AST tenancies came before the Court. This is a High Court judgment, so binding on County Courts. The issue turned on whether ss21(1A) and…

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    Simon Sanger-Anderson

    Posted 13 April 2018
    by Simon Sanger-Anderson .

    Capacity: An Overview

    Swings in a playground.

    When taking legal action against an individual it is vital that you ensure they have capacity. Where a person lacks capacity there are steps that need to be taken to ensure that they are adequately represented. What are the issues?…

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    Simon Sanger-Anderson

    Posted 22 August 2017
    by Simon Sanger-Anderson .

    Writs and Notice

    Where there is a possession order in place, and the tenant does not vacate the property, the Landlord’s next step is to seek a warrant for possession either in the County Court where the possession order was made or, following…

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    Simon Sanger-Anderson

    Posted 27 March 2017
    by Simon Sanger-Anderson .

    Rent Repayment Orders

    Things are about to get a little tougher for those Landlords who choose not to obey the law because the scope of Rent Repayment Orders (RROs) is about to be widened when Part 2 of the Housing and Planning Act…

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    Simon Sanger-Anderson

    Posted 21 December 2016
    by Simon Sanger-Anderson .

    New Warrant of Possession Forms

    In October, we reported on the case of Cardiff County Council v Lee (Flowers) [2016].  Subscribers will recall that the case decided that where a landlord wishes to enforce a Suspended Possession Order, they must apply to the court for…

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    Sarah Schooling

    Posted 25 October 2016
    by Sarah Schooling .

    Important case concerning warrants of possession

    Cardiff County Council v Lee (Flowers) [2016] http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2016/1034.html Usually, we try to give these news flashes witty headings.  We didn’t with this one because this is the sort of case that is of such importance to social landlords that we…

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