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Members of Chambers have considerable experience in housing law from possession proceedings and emergency applications to appeals and judicial review.

Clients range from local authorities, registered providers of social housing (formerly known as registered social landlords) and mutual housing co-operatives to tenants and housing applicants.

Chambers' expertise in this area is reflected in its appointment to the London Borough Legal Alliance panel, one of only 6 chambers nationally to be appointed for both property and housing law.

Members of Chambers can provide advice, drafting and advocacy in the following areas:

  • Possession proceedings
  • Disrepair and housing conditions
  • Succession and family home rights
  • Nuisance and trespass
  • ASBOs, Closure Orders and ASBIs
  • Unlawful eviction and harassment
  • Homelessness & allocations
  • Judicial Review
  • Public law and Human Rights

In addition Lamb Chambers can provide training and seminars in housing law. Talks have been on the following topics: Homelessness, Judicial Review, the Localism Act 2011 and the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders (LASPO) Act 2012.

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Commercial Property: Toms v Ruberry [2019] EWCA Civ 128

This is an important commercial property case, holding that, a notice under section 146(1) of the Law of Property Act 1925 (“a notice”) can not be given until the landlord’s right of re-entry has accrued under the provisions of a lease.


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