In the High Court case of Reigate & Banstead Borough Council v Peter Walsh (2017), a final anti-social behaviour injunction was made despite the fact that the nuisance behaviour complained of had ceased on the date the interim injunction was granted.
Dorota Pawlowski, Senior Associate at Trowers & Hamlins, explains in this article that on 15 March 2017 the Court of Appeal handed down judgement in the case of Evelyn Dove (1) Elaine Dove (2) v The London Borough of Havering. This was an appeal by the tenants against their eviction by the local authority.
As we move into 2017 this briefing looks at three significant legal cases heard during the year which will have implications for leasehold management teams. The cases, decisions and what each will mean for landlords are set out in this article.
Anna Bennett, from Devonshires solicitors, explains in this article that new Regulations will come into effect from 1 April 2017 as a result of the Carmichael decision handed down by the Supreme Court in November 2016.