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UPDATE on Appeal Hearing

The judgement in the appeal of Chancellor Morritt’s Judgement from Phillips & Goddard v Francis was handed down this morning.

Copy below,

PC354 – Phillips final 31.10 (Morritt Appeal Judgement)


Phillips & Goddard v Francis & Francis Part One – Appeal Judgement

Sir Andrew Morritt Chancellor for the High Court has delivered his judgement on the appeal of two issues from the Phillips & Goddard v Francis & Francis Part One judgement.

This judgement will have far reaching affects for tenants who pay variable service charges as it concerns how to deal with Qualifying Works.

Click below for the judgement

Phillips & Goddard v Francis [2012] EWHC 3650 (Ch)


Are you the victim of high management charges, if so why not
see if you can get together with your neighbours and manage the property yourselves?

The consumer watchdog Consumer Focus has launched an online
tool which tells you whether you are eligible to “Right to Manage” under the “Commonhold
and Leasehold Reform Act 2002”.

Go to righttomanage.cflabs.org.uk/
and complete the questionnaire. Advice is also available from the Leasehold
Advisory Service at www.leaseadvice.org

See the article at thisismoney.co.uk