A Housing Litigation and Corporate Litigation solicitor.
Katherine works in the Corporate Litigation department and, in addition to more general work, including contractual disputes, provides housing litigation services relating to all aspects of housing management litigation. She specialises in enforcing tenancy agreements through possession and injunction proceedings.
Katherine completed her training contract at Irwin Mitchell Solicitors and joined Anthony Collins in 2016.
The Fraud Act added section 15A into the Housing Act 1988, which states that if an assured tenant “sub-lets” or “parts with possession of the dwelling-house”, the “tenancy ceases to be an assured tenancy and cannot subsequently become an assured tenancy.
The HCA (Homes and Communities Agency) has concluded its consultation on an amendment to the Tenant Involvement and Empowerment Standard (TIE Standard) on whether or not to require a greater level of consultation when landlords transfer stock or change management arrangements.
Under section 1 of the Housing Act 1988, an assured tenant is required to “occupy the dwelling-house as his only or principal home.
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