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Daughter Cannot Inherit Deceased Mother’s Council Tenancy

Published on: 17 March 2013 | in categories: Landlord and Tenant Updates | Legal Updates | News and Updates

Daughter Cannot Inherit Deceased Mother’s Council Tenancy

A daughter has failed to convince the High Court that her eviction from the council home where her family has lived for more than 45 years would amount to a violation of her human rights.

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Tenant Whose Flat Became a ‘Nest of Crime’ Faces Eviction

Published on: 07 March 2013 | in categories: Landlord and Tenant Updates | Legal Updates | News and Updates

Tenant Whose Flat Became a ‘Nest of Crime’ Faces Eviction

A drug addict whose council flat became a 'nest of crime' during his frequent terms of imprisonment is facing eviction after the Court of Appeal ruled that his local authority landlord was entitled to take a ‘relatively strict approach’ to the case and to prioritise the needs of other local residents.

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Holiday Village Tenants Must Pay Service Charges

Published on: 13 February 2013 | in categories: Landlord and Tenant Updates | Legal Updates | News and Updates

Holiday Village Tenants Must Pay Service Charges

Arguments put forward by residents of a Cornish holiday village that they are entitled to withhold service charges until their landlord has complied in full with repair and maintenance covenants under their leases have been rejected.

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Family ‘Reasonably Requires’ Six-Bedroom Council House

Published on: 10 March 2013 | in categories: Landlord and Tenant Updates | Legal Updates | News and Updates

Family ‘Reasonably Requires’ Six-Bedroom Council House

A local authority tenant has fought off attempts to terminate her tenancy of a six-bedroom London home where her family has lived for more than 30 years. The London Borough of Brent’s plea that the property was larger than was reasonably required by the tenant and her family was rejected.

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Occupant of Park Keeper’s Lodge has no Security of Tenure

Published on: 28 February 2013 | in categories: Landlord and Tenant Updates | Legal Updates | News and Updates

Occupant of Park Keeper’s Lodge has no Security of Tenure

The occupant of one of Newcastle's best-loved buildings, home to generations of wardens who tended the city’s Nuns Moor Park, has failed to convince the Court of Appeal that he has the right to continue living in the house indefinitely following the departure of his estranged wife who was the property’s tenant.

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