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The temporary stay on possession claims has now been lifted but the impact on the Courts is likely to be felt for many months. In this Webinar we will go over the changes to the notice requirements on many statutory grounds for possession. We will further consider what landlords need to do to get their outstanding and new possession cases back on track and how the Courts will be prioritising and processing those claims.
About the Speakers:
Donna McCarthy, Partner, Housing Management & Property Litigation
Donna heads up a team advising on all aspects of housing management law and practice, acting for Local Authorities, Registered Providers and private landlords in complex litigation, including possession proceedings; actions to restrain Anti-Social Behaviour; injunctions and disrepair actions. She also advises social landlords on matters of housing policy and procedure. She has particular specialism in matters relating to mental health, capacity and safeguarding.
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.
Anna Bennett, Solicitor, Housing Management & Property Litigation
Anna advises and represents clients in all areas of housing management, from claims involving Anti-Social Behaviour, subletting and bogus succession claims, through to disrepair cases and leasehold queries. She has a great deal of expertise in the field, building on years of experience dealing with the whole gambit of challenges that can face Registered Providers.