This webinar aims to provide an understanding of some of the key the issues involved in dealing with service charges and recovery of costs incurred by RPs when providing services. This webinar covers an important aspect of the Section 20 statutory consultation process that needs to be complied with and will be of benefit to those involved in service charge recovery.
- Who needs to consult?
- Who needs to be consulted?
- Practical Considerations
About the Speakers:
Neil’s responsibilities include conducting housing litigation which involves defending disrepair claims and advising clients of settlements, bringing actions for nuisance such as possession proceedings, Anti-Social Behaviour Injunctions, bringing possession actions for unlawful sub-letting, non-occupation and disputed succession claims. Neil also conducts general property litigation which includes both residential and commercial properties.
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.