Ten Startling Cases in Residential Property Law

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Date: Thursday 20th June 2024
Speaker(s): Sarah Thompson-Copsey
CPD Time: 1 hour
Duration: 1 hour
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Sometimes the courts and tribunals can reach decisions that seem bizarre and counter-intuitive. This session will look at some of the more startling cases that have an impact on a wide range of residential property areas and considers ways to avoid the problems that arise.

  • The one-sided approach of the Party Wall Act: Power v Shah
  • Adverse possession of house by fraudster: Rashid v Nasrullah
  • Contract by email: Neocleous v Ree;
  • Sale must go ahead where mortgage offer expires due to developer’s delay: Urban v Ayres
  • Imperfect notice to complete still works: TBAC v Valmar
  • Flats:
    • When ownership can curtail the owner’s freedom: Nemcova v Fairfield
    • Losing the lease by forfeiture can easily happen: Gibbs v Lakeside
  • Rights of way and residential land
    • Hidden rights of way and unforeseen expansion: Wood v Waddington; O’Byrne
    • When even renovation can be prevented: McGill v Stewart

Sarah Thompson-Copsey, Non-Practising Solicitor, Legal Lecturer and Trainer

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