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Carl Brewin and Clare Anslow of Hardwicke Chambers will give their analysis of leasehold cases in 2018.

This particular focus will look at what lessons  can be learnt from the following cases and topics;

Westmark (Lettings) Ltd v Peddle [2017] UKUT 449

Issues - passing down service charges to lessees

No.1 West India Quay (Residential) Ltd v East Tower Apartments Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 250

Issue - reasonableness of lease conditions and costs

Assethold Ltd v 110 Boulevard RTM Co Ltf [2017] UKUT 316

Issues - tennants trying to invoke the right to manage provisions of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 (“2002 Act”)

Cos Services Ltd v Nicholson [2017] UKUT 382

Issue - were insurance premiums claimed by the landlord had been ‘reasonably incurred.’

Toms v Ruberry [2017] EWHC 2970

Issues around right to re-entry


Assethold Ltd v Abdelhadi [2018] UKUT 22 (LC)

Issues regarding costs provisions


Manchester Ship Canal Company Ltd v Vauxhall Motor Company


Plus a look future Government policy and legislation to help leasehold homeowners buy the freehold rights.

About our presenters

Clare Anslow (called 2011)

Clare has a particular focus on Property, Social Housing and Commercial matters. Clare has experience beyond her call of handling disputes and appearing before the different levels of court as well as tribunals.

Carl Brewin (called 2006)

Carl specialises in land and real property, landlord and tenant law and commercial law work related to property transactions.

He receives instructions from commercial enterprises, property managers and large landlords, insurers, as well as private individuals. He also accepts instructions from members of the public on a direct access basis.

Carl is a confident and firm advocate. He is known for giving clear and concise advice that enables clients to understand their legal position and what that means for them in practical terms. He has a wide range and experience of advisory work, drafting and advocacy in the courts and property chamber tribunals. Carl is also an accredited mediation advocate.

Leasehold Cases - A year in review

WEBINAR 25th October, 12 - 1pm Live and available on demand

£25 Single Licence - £50 Company Licence - 1 CPD HOUR


1 hour



Watching this webinar will help solicitors meet the following requirements set out in the Statement of Solicitor Competence

A2 - Maintain competence and legal knowledge

A4 - Draw on detailed