PROPERTY LAW REFORM NEEDED TO BOOST ‘GLOBAL BRITAIN’
The Property Litigation Association has canvassed its members on major areas of property law to ascertain whether they are still fit for purpose and to help prioritise those ripe for reform.
In this article for Estates Gazette, Mathew Ditchburn, Chair, PLA Law Reform Committee, discusses the results of the PLA’s survey of 1,400 members – property litigation specialists from all around the UK – which included the 1954, 1987 and 1995 Landlord & Tenant Acts, CRAR, squatting, rights to light and break options.
Read the article on page 60, EG, 2.3.19 or click here.
Read the PLA’s press release here.