Two members of the Property Litigation Association's law reform committee - Thekla Fellas, partner at Eversheds Sutherland, and Emily Wood, partner at DMH Stallard, outline the PLA's comprehensive responses to the Law Commission's leasehold reform project.
Fellas and Wood discuss each of the three consultations that comprise the project:
In addition, they address the other aspects of leasehold law crying out for reform, and their hopes for the sector over the years to come.
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