While landlords have navigated their way through building and fire safety issues over the last few years, the issue of who ultimately pays remains complex. This session will take you through the practical issues affecting landlords and the options that might be available.
- Claims against third parties, including contractors and/or developers
- Ability to recover costs through service charges
- Government Funding Schemes
- Consumer Credit considerations and how to avoid a statutory breach
About the speakers:
Lee advises on all aspects of housing management and property litigation, regularly advising private organisations, land owners, developers, investors, charities, local authorities and some of the largest providers of social housing in the United Kingdom.
Alice advises on a wide range of transactions including bond issues, private placements, loan and security arrangements and intragroup funding on the banking side. She also provides advice on navigating the world of consumer credit legislation, helping organisations to obtain authorisation, to comply with the complex legal requirements once authorised or to avoid authorisation altogether.
Kathryn has experience in contentious and non-contentious aspects of the construction industry in both the public and private sectors. She regularly drafts and negotiates bespoke contracts for clients as well as amendments to the standard forms such as the JCT and NEC suits. Kathryn also advises on the merits of construction disputes and represents clients in adjudication, meditation, expert determination and litigation.