Landlord And Tenant Seminar "Be Ahead Of The Game"
Monday 11th February 2019
The Gold Suite, The Hatton, 51-53 Hatton Garden, London EC1 8HN
Registration - 4:30pm
Seminar - 4.45pm to 7.15pm, with refreshments to follow.
Chaired by Mr Edward Denehan
Edward Denehan: 30(1)(f): Franses Ltd v. The Cavendish (London) Hotel Ltd.
It had previously been thought that a landlord’s motivation when redeveloping land was irrelevant for the purposes of
section 30(1)(f) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. Following the recent Supreme Court decision in Franses v. The
Cavendish (London) Hotel this is no longer the case. Edward Denehan will look at the Supreme court decision and
consider its implications.
Daniel Bromilow: You and MEES – energy efficiency for all
Minimum energy efficiency standards now apply to both commercial and residential property. The rules in relation to
residential property are due to change significantly next year. Daniel Bromilow will review the existing requirements
for MEES compliance and provide guidance on the changes to come in 2019.
Timothy Cowen: A path through the minefield: collecting rent arrears
A landlord’s right to recover rent is subject to an increasing array of statutory restrictions, many of which have been
considered by the courts in recent authorities. Tim Cowen will in this seminar provide up-to-date and practical advice
on how landlords can recover rent owing to them, including an overview of the recent decision in Thirunavukkrasu v
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