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Property Litigation lawyer, Shilpa Mathuradas quoted in Inside Conveyancing on ‘too good to be true’ property raffles

News article published on: 7th August 2020

House buyers and sellers should be wary of ‘too good to be true’ property raffles Shilpa Mathuradas, Head of Property Litigation at London law firm Osbornes Law, has been quoted in Inside Conveyancing, providing a lawyers perspective on property raffles.  She advises that they are a legal minefield and many are too good to be […]

House buyers and sellers should be wary of ‘too good to be true’ property raffles

News article published on: 7th August 2020

Property raffles are a legal minefield and many are too good to be true, according to a leading lawyer. There has been a sharp increase in people raffling off their homes in recent weeks as they struggle to sell because of the pandemic. But while the thought of getting a property for the cost of […]

COVID-19 – the impact on landlords of residential properties who are seeking possession of their properties

News article published on: 27th March 2020

From the 26th March 2020, landlords will have to give their tenants 3 months’ notice if they intend to seek possession compared to the usual notice periods for notice pursuant to section 8 and section 21 of the Housing Act 1988. This means that a landlord cannot commence court proceedings until after this period. This […]

Landlord obligations to their tenants

News article published on: 3rd March 2020

With the Prime Minister confirming that the spread of coronavirus in the UK is likely but people should at present carry on as usual, should landlords consider whether they have any obligations to their tenant? Landlords and diseases – coronavirus? As a landlord of premises, you may need to consider whether you have any obligations […]

Overlooking Nuisance Claims – Buy some net curtains!

News article published on: 18th February 2020

Last week saw the Court of Appeal reaffirmed the decision not to allow the Neo Bankside residents’ an injunction to close part of the Tate Modern’s viewing gallery. Five residents of the Neo Bankside lodged an appeal last year after losing a High Court battle in February 2019 to force Tate Modern to close part […]

‘Glass in Hand’ Lecture – Should we be nervous of trees?

News article published on: 6th February 2020

Hampstead residents will be able to find out about their legal rights when trees damage or overhang their property, next week. The Heath & Hampstead Society and Hampstead-based law firm Osbornes Law are presenting their ‘Glass-in-Hand Lecture’ on the latest technical and legal issues surrounding the potential impact of trees, hedges and other plants on […]

Property Fraud

News article published on: 3rd January 2020

Anybody who owns a property could be the subject of property fraud. The perpetrator may be a tenant of the property or a family member. The fraud could result in the property being sold or re-mortgaged without the owner’s knowledge. If your property is mortgage free and you do not live in the property then […]

Walking raises money for important legal support trust

News article published on: 25th November 2019

On 17 June 2019 the Property Litigation team joined 15,000 people in a 10k walk for justice in support of the London Legal Support Trust. The final total amount raised by Osbornes Law was recently confirmed as £783.75 and the firm received a ‘Certificate of Merit’ from the London Legal Walk team, who support over […]

Excellence rating for Osbornes Law Housing team

News article published on: 20th November 2019

A recent review by the Legal Aid Agency (LAA) was carried out at the beginning of November. The LAA review client files and provide feedback on their findings. There were numerous positive and good findings including: On all cases, matters had been progressed without delay and caseworkers were on top of all key dates. Work […]


News article published on: 8th November 2019

What is an easement? An easement is right benefitting a piece of land (known as the dominant land) that is enjoyed over another piece of land owned by someone else (known as the servient land). An easement can take many forms such as a right of way, right of light or right of support. How […]

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