Our Housing team is made up of some of the most experienced specialist Housing Solicitors in London.
Our Housing lawyers have developed a national reputation for success in cases in the High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court, developing Housing law in the process. Our Housing Law Solicitors are also active in the local county courts, issuing urgent applications and appeals on housing matters where appropriate. Four of our Housing solicitors (Jacky Starling, Naomi Moore, David Araya and Shazina Hussain) act as duty solicitors at the Clerkenwell and Shoreditch County Court and Stratford Housing Centre. Our Social Housing solicitors act mostly for tenants in respect of housing disputes. We represent those who are homeless or at threat of being homeless in challenging decisions of local authorities, where necessary in the courts. We can also act for landlords.
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Our Housing solicitors’ case work includes:
- Possession proceedings – anti-social behaviour, rent/mortgage arrears, succession.
- Evictions and applications for re-entry.
- Homelessness – challenging local authority decisions on review and appeal, homeless advice.
- Challenges to the suitability of temporary accommodation.
- Unlawful evictions.
There is a breadth of knowledge within the housing team which means that we deliver a rounded service and one which has expertise, professionalism and insight at its heart.
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To find out more about how TV Edwards could help with your Housing Law issue, contact us on email@example.com or speak to a member of our team on 020 3440 8100.
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