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13th June 2024

Are leaseholders admitting their service charge is right by paying it?

The case of C&A Gorrara Ltd v Kenilworth Court Block E RTM Co Ltd [2024] UKUT 81 (LC) was recently heard in the Upper Tribunal (“UT”), on appeal…

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30th May 2024

Licence to Let

Whether they like their Martinis shaken or stirred, there is one thing that all residential landlords can agree on: getting licensing requirements wrong can be a costly mistake.…

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23rd April 2024

Mr Ramsey’s squat problems in London

You may have read in the press that Gordon Ramsey has found himself in an unenviable position, in that his vacant London pub has become occupied by squatters.…

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11th April 2024

No Section 47/48 Notice, No Rent Payable!

What is Section 47? Section 47 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (“Section 47”) requires that a landlord’s name and address must be included on any written…

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7th March 2024

Recovery of Litigation Costs via Service Charge and the Scope of Expenditure Clauses

In the recent case of 89 Holland Park (Management) Limited v Dell & Dell, the Court of Appeal refused to allow a management company to recover its litigation…

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21st December 2023

Let’s Update You – Right to Rent: Landlord’s Code of Practice

In England, all landlords and their letting agents have a legal obligation to prevent people without lawful immigration status from accessing the private rented sector. This responsibility derives…

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4th October 2023

The Legal 500 2024 results

Ellisons Solicitors is once again delighted to have been recommended within the Legal 500 directory. The firm received notable mentions within the following practice areas: Commercial Property, Corporate and Commercial, Employment, Immigration,…

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30th August 2023

Three Dispute Resolution heavyweights join Ellisons Solicitors

Ellisons Solicitors, a leading law firm in Suffolk and Essex, has bolstered its Dispute Resolution Department by appointing three world-class partners: Claire Kitchen, Partner and Head of Commercial…

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24th February 2023

The Supreme Court rules that Tate Modern viewing platform invades the privacy of NEO Bankside flats

After six years of legal battle, the Supreme Court have ruled that Tate Modern are liable in ‘nuisance’ caused to the residents of the luxurious flats, Neo Bankside.…

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19th January 2023

William and Harry, and your land

If you have ever purchased a house then you will know that after the sale of land the purchaser must be registered at HM Land Registry as its…

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