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Dilapidations And Service Charge Disputes

Author: Simon Edwards
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1135335095
Size: 41.12 MB
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Written by three surveyors, each with extensive experience in the sector, Dilapidations and Service Charge Disputes will guide practitioners through the common and new practices involved in dealing with disputes on dilapidations and service charge matters. The book offers practical guidance on the related topics of dilapidations and service charge disputes, bridging the gap between heavy-weight legally focussed case law publications and the lighter weight guidance notes. It offers practical and theoretical advice that will be invaluable to any surveyor or solicitor dealing with: condition reports prior to a lease agreement litigation avoidance advice dilapidations law and precedent. Beneficial to surveyors and solicitors acting on behalf of tenants or landlords, this book provides the information and practical advice that can help you improve in your role.


Author: Great Britain. Law Commission
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780101737722
Size: 34.62 MB
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This report, unlike most other Law Commission reports, does not focus on reform of substantive law, but rather deals with the broader social issues of how housing problems arise and how they might be dealt with better. At the heart of the recommendations is the suggestion that all those providing housing advice and assistance should develop services based on a "triage plus" system. This has three elements: (1) Signposting: providing initial diagnosis of the problem and referral to the best route for resolution; (2) Intelligence gathering and oversight: increasing understanding of how problems arise; (3) Feedback: to improve decision-taking and prevent disputes arising. Another key proposal is that other means of resolving disputes, outside of formal adjudication, should be used wherever possible. An earlier report, "Renting homes " (Law Com. 297, Cm. 6781, ISBN 9780101678124) made recommendations for the simplification of current housing law and practice, and implementation of those proposals would improve the position in relation to disputes.

Living With Litigation

Author: Shepherd and Wedderburn
Publisher: shepherd and wedderburn
Size: 44.83 MB
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Practical guide to managing and surviving commercial disputes.