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Landlord fails in bid to get dispensation from consultation requirements

A court has ruled against a landlord who tried to get dispensation from tenant consultation requirements.

Wed 18 Jan 2012

High Court rules for Countrywide Surveyors

Countrywide Surveyors has won a legal dispute over whether its valuation of a modern flat was unreasonably high.

Wed 18 Jan 2012

Landlord wins management charge dispute

A tribunal has ruled in favour of a council that was the landlord of several flats after a dispute with a tenant over the recovery of management charges.

Wed 18 Jan 2012

Local people 'should make regeneration decisions'

Decisions regarding the regeneration of communities should be made by local people, according to the housing minister.

Mon 16 Jan 2012

Landlords with older leases 'can recoup enforcement costs'

A legal case has been held up as an example of how landlords with older leases can recoup enforcement costs.

Fri 13 Jan 2012

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