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Kitsons Praised in 2016's Legal 500 Directory

Posted by on October 5th 2016 in Blog Posts

Kitsons Praised in 2016's Legal 500 Directory

Leading Devon law firm Kitsons has been praised in the South West chapters of the latest  2016 editions of Legal 500 – the most prestigious guides to the UK legal profession.

Highlights include Kitsons’ Employment team achieving a ‘Tier 2’ status in the Legal 500, with the firm featuring prominently across Litigation, Corporate & Commercial, Licencing, Employment, Family and Probate.

A total of nine lawyers have been endorsed for their work across the practice.

James Cross, Managing Partner at Kitsons said: "We are always pleased to be recognised for the work that we do and the latest findings of...

Residential Property Leaflet: Volume 2

Posted by on April 24th 2015 in Blog Posts, Litigation

New Legislation concerning Tenancy Deposits in 2015:

Whether received before or after April 2007 ALL tenancy deposits must be secured and they must be done so before 23rd June 2015.

The creation of deposit schemes following the Housing Act 2004, made Landlords believe that a deposit need not be protected if received before 6th April 2007 when the Act came into force, unless a new tenancy agreement was granted.

Charalambous –v- Ng (2014);

This case shaped the way for security of tenancy deposits.

In this case the Landlord failed to protect the deposit, which was received in 2002, before the Act came into...

Residential Property Leaflet: Volume 1

Posted by on April 22nd 2015 in Blog Posts, Litigation

Two cases of interest from 2013, still having an impact in 2015:

Section 21 Notices;

Taylor –v- Spencer (2013) 

This case provides important clarification on the dates specified within a Section 21 Notice.

The Landlord entered two dates for the expiry of the notice which conflicted with each other and relied upon the words “at the end of your period of tenancy which will end after the expiration of two months from the service upon you of this notice”.

The Court of Appeal held that despite this the three conditions of Section 21 were satisfied; the fixed term had come to an end,...

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