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Trainee Solicitor

Josh O’Neill

“I am often the first point of contact for new clients and the essence of my role is to understand their needs and objectives and to consider with them right from the start how Tozers can best help them. Funding may well be an issue and I can talk that through and look at the options. Where clients are looking for answers to complex questions I always try to give advice which is easy to understand and consistent with their own objectives.”

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Josh's role at Tozers involves dealing with new enquiries and assisting the Affordable Housing department.

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Tenancy Deposit protection breach – Case law update

Posted on 21st June 2019 in Property Litigation

Anyone familiar with residential tenancies will know of the onerous duties placed on landlords to protect deposits taken from tenants. Once the initial window for compliance has passed, you cannot serve a valid Section 21 Notice and are automatically liable for a claim for a minimum of one and maximum of three times the value of the deposit. This is the case even if breach is only a failure to provide prescribed information about the protection scheme.

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Joint Tenants – What to do if Only One Tenant Wants to Leave?

Posted on 06th November 2018 in Property Litigation

A common issue facing landlords is one tenant in a joint tenancy wanting to leave whilst the other wants to stay. A landlord facing this situation needs to know the rights and obligations of both tenants.

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Josh O’Neill

Trainee Solicitor