Landlord & Tenant Webinar - Possession Proceedings
Trinity Housing law barrister, Alice Richardson starts the first of a series of three Trinity Landlord and Tenant focused webinars by reviewing the updated guidance and regulations for possession proceedings in light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
The webinar, entitled 'Possession Proceedings… or Not', follows a successful live Landlord and Tenant update webinar held in November 2020.
Alice's session covers:
- Extended Notice Periods
- Notice Period Exceptions
- Enforcement Proceedings
Please note that the content of the webinar is for information only and based on the circumstances at the time of delivery, rather than formal legal advice. Contact Trinity Chambers if you have a specific legal query.
Trinity's Housing team has recently been recognised in Chambers & Partners 2021:
"Fielding a housing team covering a range of contentious matters, Trinity Chambers acts on behalf of both landlords and tenants. The cases taken on by the set include homelessness, possession and disrepair proceedings, as well as complex anti-social behaviour matters. Members of the set are well equipped to advise on matters involving the Equality Act 2010 and human rights law".
COVID – 19
In response to the impact of the coronavirus crisis, the barristers in Chambers' Housing Law team and staff are committed to providing as much assistance as possible, including urgent advice, online resources and other support. Members of the team can assist with enquiries relating to urgent housing disrepair issues, residential possession proceedings during the coronavirus pandemic, interpretation of the Coronavirus Act and associated Guidance for Landlords (including Housing Associations), Tenants and Local Authorities. The team can also help with updates regarding on and offline court procedures, including facilities to deal with remote hearings. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the clerking team firstname.lastname@example.org.