News and articles – Dispute Resolution
In a decision of great importance to landlords of student accommodation, a tribunal has found that bed-sits with communal facilities are not separate dwellings.
Kent Law School alumna Leigh Leach has secured a training contract with a leading law firm in Kent thanks to a networking event organised as part of the School’s Professional Mentoring Scheme.
On a cold and rainy Sunday morning, at an hour earlier then you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy, Our 4 heroic cyclists (Chris Zahner, David Lea. David Bowers and Elliot Lewis) met at the O2 car park by North Greenwich to begin the challenge of the Prudential Ride 100 raising money for the TW charity of the year, Certitude.
While some may have a preconception of lawyers being out to ‘take the shirt off your back’ as the saying goes, one local law firm is keen to buck this reputation by offering their shirts to charity.
Covenants restricting the use of land commonly appear on title deeds, but they often date back many years and take no account of changing circumstances.