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Disrepair: how to deal with breaches of a settlement agreement - 42 Bedford Row
Disrepair: how to deal with breaches of a settlement agreement - 42 Bedford Row
Tue, 26 July 2022, 17:00 - 18:00
Online (live webinar)


The Courts are increasingly dealing with applications for enforcement of disrepair settlements; what does the law say, and what are the practical issues that come up?

Join Jamie Fireman and Louise Whittington for our webinar on Tuesday 26th July, at 5pm where they will examine the following:

• What is the legal status of an accepted offer?
• Does it matter if it is an offer under Part 36?
• Is the Landlord obliged to carry out the works?
• What are the consequences if the landlord breaches the terms of the agreement?
• Are damages payable for breach?


Louise Whittington

Louise joined 42 Bedford Row in October 2018 on completion of pupillage in chambers. She has a broad common law practice encompassing employment, social housing and family law.

Louise represents and advises clients in a broad range of landlord and tenant actions; this includes claims for possession, rent arrears, trespass and unlawful subletting and disrepair. She also has extensive experience in applications for injunctions under the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 and regularly appears for local authorities and housing associations in proceedings relating to breach or committal.

Jamie Fireman

Jamie has a broad civil practice and accepts instructions in a range of areas. He has received praise for his fluent advocacy, thorough case preparation and pragmatic advice.

He acts for both landlords (social and private) and tenants in possession claims and disrepair cases. Jamie also regularly appears in applications made under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, as well as in committal hearings.

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