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2019 – The Year of the Disruptor? – Joint PLA/PBA Panel Event

Well over 100 PLA and PBA members attended the joint event on Wednesday 23rd January, where leading property professionals discussed the key property trends; laws and economic challenges that are set to disrupt the market in 2019. A hot topic of debate between the panellists and the audience was the impact of the new Electronic […]

24th Jan 2019 News Read more

Property Week article: Bryan Johnston on the PLA’s drive to reform property law

Bryan Johnston on the PLA’s drive to reform property law By Mitchell Labiak Property Week Thu 10 January 2019  The head of the PLA talks about legal change, the organisation’s lobbying power and the impact of Brexit “We must be relentless in our pursuit of law reform,” the Dentons partner said at last year’s annual PLA […]

11th Jan 2019 News Read more

Alastair Redpath-Stevens (Hardwicke) – Costs, forfeiture and waiver: an unholy trinity

Alastair Redpath-Stevens of Hardwicke considers HHJ Huskinson’s decision in Stemp and anor v 6 Ladbroke Gardens Management Ltd. This was an appeal to the Upper Tribunal from a decision of the First-tier Tribunal Property Chamber (Residential Property) that the Stemps should pay an administration charge in relation to costs incurred by the respondent in contemplation […]

8th Jan 2019 News Read more

S Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd

Joanne Wicks QC and Benjamin Faulkner of Wilberforce Chambers recently acted for the successful tenant in S Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel, arguably the most important landlord and tenant case for decades. In this article, Joanne and Ben summarise the facts of this case, what it means for the operation of ground (f) and […]

7th Jan 2019 News Read more

“Perspectives”: Blog by The Honourable Mr Justice Morgan

  At the recent dinner of the PLA at the Ironmonger’s Hall in November 2018, I was asked to give my assessment from a judicial perspective of the work of the PLA. I have now been asked to record in this blog some of the things I then said. I am happy to do so. […]

3rd Jan 2019 Blogs Read more

Estates Gazette publishes PLA view on proposed court to deal solely with housing disputes

Property Litigation Association  Estates Gazette 15 December 2018 Housing Court on the horizon The government is consulting on the possibility of establishing a new court to deal solely with housing disputes. Emily Wood gives the Property Litigation Association’s view. In 2017, Sajid Javid, then secretary of state for housing, communities and local government, raised the […]

21st Dec 2018 News Read more