Paul Tapsell's Property and Land Law Cases

Compromise agreement avoids substantial Court costs

Paul acted on a direct access basis for the association of leaseholder/chalet owners in a holiday park subject to restrictions on when the chalets could be used (for ‘holiday use only’ for 37 weeks per annum. The chalet owners sought a variation of their leases to allow year-round holiday use, which was opposed by the Continue reading

Possession Order, rent arrears and costs awarded

Paul acted, on a direct access basis, for a landlord who had been duped into signing duplicate tenancy agreements for a father and daughter who had then run up arrears of rent over an eighteen-month period. Previous proceedings seeking possession had failed as a result of issues arising from the duplicate agreements and the tenant’s Continue reading

Defending against a demolition injunction

Paul was instructed by a client defending a High Court claim for an injunction which sought the demolition of a recently built house, and damages. A neighbour (the previous owner of the site) sought to rely on Restrictive Covenants in the Transfer restricting the size, siting and fabric of a property as well as the Continue reading