Counsel on the Couch Episode 2: Joanne Wicks QC of Wilberforce Chambers


Introducing the latest in our series of video interviews:

Joanne Wicks QC (Wilberforce Chambers) chats with Verity Bonney (The Property Litigation Association and Ashurst) about the Supreme Court’s decision in Duval v 11-13 Randolph Crescent, a case in which the court confirmed that a landlords’ decision-making process can be seriously affected by mutually enforceable covenants given to the tenant population when responding to a single tenant’s application for consent.

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