Our original e-briefing on the case can be found here.

The Court of Appeal was due to hear the landlord’s appeal of the High Court’s decision last week, but the hearing was vacated and unfortunately adjourned until October.

So the wait for clarity on this issue continues. Let’s hope the wait ends in October.

For more information

We will be discussing this case at our Service Charge Update 2014 seminar on 12 June 2014. 

For any queries arising in connection with this case or service charges generally, please contact Emma Duke on 0121 214 3617 or emma.duke@anthonycollins.com.

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