This session focuses on the charging and collection of ground rent following the introduction of the Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 earlier this year and the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Stampfer.
The session will provide a useful update for leasehold management professionals who deal with the issue of ground rent in their day-to-day roles.
Mark Foxcroft, Partner, Housing Management & Property Litigation
Mark’s practice encompasses all aspects of contentious property litigation on matters relating to both residential and commercial property. In particular, Mark specialises in leasehold matters and has extensive experience representing clients in the First Tier and Upper Tribunals. This work includes claims for forfeiture, service charge disputes, lease variations and extensions, statutory consultation and contentious boundary disputes.
In recent years, Mark has and continues to advise numerous Registered Provider clients in relation to fire safety issues in residential buildings.
Mark also has a busy housing management practice advising and representing Registered Provider and Local Authority clients in relation to possession proceedings, applications for injunctions and claims for disrepair and statutory nuisance.
Mark also provides non-contentious advice to clients including the drafting of tenancy agreements and policies and procedures and lease interpretation.