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By J
02/08/2011

Genuinely exciting

I’ve been away at a stag weekend for the last few days. I therefore recognise that it is possible that my sense of what is (and is not) exciting and fun may be slightly warped, as I try to re-adjust to polite society. I was, however, genuinely excited last night to see that the Greater London Authority has announced a review into service charges in leasehold property in London (see here).

The scoping paper is a very detailed (but accessible) document, so I won’t repeat it here. Suffice to say that, whether you’re a landlord or tenant (in London), this looks like something you’ll want to get involved with.

 

J is a barrister. He considers housing law to be the single greatest kind of law known to humankind and finds it very odd that so few people share this view.

2 Comments

  1. John Bolch

    J, you are a very sad person.

    ;-)

    Reply
  2. J

    That is almost certainly true

    Reply

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