Nearly Legal is a specialist housing law website, run by solicitors and barristers practising in the field.

The site provides information, updates and discussion on housing, leasehold and landlord & tenant law. It is all free, but it is just our opinions, not legal advice (we can't give legal advice here). Everything that the site offers is set out below.

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From the county courts

With grateful thanks as ever to the Legal Action Magazine Housing: Recent Developments section for information on these (and they are not noted till those reports are publicly accessible), a couple of county court cases of interest. Assured Property Service Ltd v Ooo, County Court at Edmonton, 30 June 2017 Ms Ooo was an assured […]

Job Ad – South London

Deighton Pierce Glynn Housing solicitor Community care solicitor Top-ranked public interest law firm seeks 2 solicitors for our London Bridge office: Housing law supervisor to join leading housing lawyer Diane Astin in our innovative housing team. Community care law supervisor with Court of Protection experience to develop our community care public law litigation. DPG has […]

A failure to engage – ‘Medical advisors’ on homeless vulnerability

Cherry v LB Tower Hamlets. County Court at Central London, 11th January 2018 This is a s.204 appeal of a ‘not vulnerable’ review decision by LB Tower Hamlets. It is of particular interest because of the consideration of the role and place of the ‘medical advisors’ used by LBTH – Now Medical, and the strong criticism […]

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