‘The Weight of the World’ - Weighing Up s.204, Matters to Consider
In her talk, Parissa explores the practicalities, from both a Landlord and Tenant representatives’ perspective, of s.204 Housing Act 1996 Appeals, including:
- What is a s.204 appeal
- When do these appeals arise
- The approach of the Courts
- The burden on the Appellant
- Assessing suitability
- Key takeaways
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This recorded seminar and its accompanying notes are made available for educational and information purposes only. The views expressed in it are those of the speaker. The contents do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied on as such. The speaker and Trinity Chambers accept no responsibility for the continuing accuracy of the contents. Contact Trinity Chambers if you have a specific legal query.
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