Emma Vincent Miller

Solicitor
Housing and Social Care
Property Litigation

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    • Shilpa really helped us take charge of the situation and helped resolve this property dispute. I would not hesitate to recommend her or the team to anyone in a similar situation.

      David A, Trustpilot Review

    • On first meeting Shilpa I was sure that she understood immediately my requirements, and was sympathetic both to my financial restraints and my emotional state. She achieved everything I asked of her and proved to be invaluable, professional and efficient

      P Ashcroft, Trustpilot Review

    • At every step Shilpa alleviated any concerns and stresses we had. Always fast to respond, always professional and super knowledgeable.

      Trustpilot review

    • Shilpa has helped us through some key property litigation matters (residential and commercial) since 2014 and has delivered on every occasion. One particular issue had kept us in a state of stress and tension for almost a decade and after getting in touch with Shilpa she was able to help us bring the matter to a peaceful and successful conclusion.

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    • I received a call from Shilpa Mathuradas a couple of hours after filling the enquiry form for a callback. She actively listened to my party wall concerns responding with gentle professionalism, answering my concerns, letting me know what is and is not possible and when best to bring in a solicitor. All this within 10 minutes. Excellent.

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    • "They are an outstanding firm to work with. They are consistently impressive in their work."

      Chambers UK

    • Excellent in every aspect.

      Property Department Client

    • If I had another reason to have to seek legal advice again, I wouldn’t hesitate to use Shilpa, and would recommend her to anybody who needed legal advice.

      Property Litigation client

    • Shilpa was professional, realistic, and unflappable. Shilpa managed to persuade a reluctant witness to come forward to support my case. She obviously knows her subject very well.

      Property Litigation client

    • I always had full confidence in Shilpa keeping my best interests at heart. I often didn’t understand the legal language, and she would follow this up with a phone call and patiently explain.

      Property Litigation client

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      How To Deal With Rent Arrears

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      When can you challenge public body decisions about...

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    3. asylum seeker
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      Short-Form Assessments of Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children

      Age is just a number? Shining a light on Local Authorities’ Short-Form Assessments of Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children A recent report...

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    4. camden road
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      DWP Exposed for £32,000 Underpayment of Disability Benefits

      Osbornes Law has assisted a vulnerable client to recover underpaid disability benefits totalling over £32,000. Our client, a disabled young man,...

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    5. 22.3.2024

      The Death of Section 21: A Review of the...

      The 2019 Conservative Manifesto made a commitment to end “no fault evictions”. This has now been set out in the proposed...

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    6. 22.3.2024

      Client successful in TOLATA proceedings

      The case related to proceedings under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 (“TOLATA”) in respect of joint...

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    7. 23.1.2024

      Case Reiterates Local Authorities should follow Allocation Scheme

      R (on the application of Kukhtyak) -v- London Borough of Hounslow [2023] EWHC 2914 (Admin) This sad case concerned an elderly couple...

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    8. 23.1.2024

      The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill and Service...

      The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill was introduced to Parliament on 27 November 2023 with the aim of delivering on the government’...

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    9. 23.1.2024

      Know your Rights (of Way)

      If you have a question or concern over a right of way on your property, it is important to seek...

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    10. 23.1.2024

      Party Wall Etc Act 1996 v Common Law

      The case of Power & Kyson & Shah [2023] EWICA Civ 239 brought in question the interrelationship between common law and the...

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    11. housing discussions
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      Supreme Court sets High Threshold for Local Authorities...

      Judgment was handed down on 28 November 2023 by the Supreme Court in an important case regarding the main housing duty. The...

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    12. 27.10.2023

      The Building Safety Act 2022

      This much awaited Act was introduced into Parliament on 5th May 2021 as a consequence of the Hackitt Report on Building...

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    13. 28.9.2023

      Gatekept homeless teenager accommodated by local housing authority

      Miss X, a 17 year old whose details are anonymised to protect her privacy, left her family home in March 2022 following...

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    14. 28.9.2023

      Homelessness case successfully settled for elderly disabled lady

      Ms X, whose details are anonymised to protect her privacy, had been living in a privately rented one-bedroom flat for...

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    15. 28.9.2023

      Disrepair case against Landlord and Freeholder successfully settled

      Osbornes Law represented a private tenant who lived with his young son. The property suffered from severe disrepair including leaking/...

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    16. 28.9.2023

      Client successfully rehoused following refusal by local authority

      Osbornes Law represented a client who had been found intentionally homeless by his local authority. He was extremely vulnerable and...

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    17. 28.9.2023

      Client rehoused and £16,000 arrears cleared

      Osbornes Law were instructed to assist a client to suspend a warrant for possession. The client had fallen into arrears...

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    18. 26.9.2023

      Victory for Homeless Victim

      Mr X, whose details are anonymised to protect his privacy, fled his home country due to severe persecution from the...

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    19. 13.9.2023

      Successful homelessness judicial review case against Redbridge Council

      This matter involved a claim in the High Court for judicial review against Redbridge Council for failure to comply with...

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    20. service charges
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      “Reasonableness” of Service Charges

      It is well known that the relevant costs that a landlord incurs in the provision of services, repairs improvements, maintenance...

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    21. Renters Reform Bill
      15.8.2023

      The Renters (Reform) Bill – Will it have the...

      There has been much publicity recently over the Renters (Reform) Bill, the assumption being that the government have their eye...

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    22. 13.7.2023

      Family Unlawfully Evicted Receives Damages of £22,000

      This matter involved an unlawful eviction claim brought by our clients against their private landlord (“the Landlord”). Our clients were...

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    23. Man is making audit of household expenses
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      Success in Court of Appeal in child disability...

      The Court of Appeal has today handed judgment in the case of Harrington v Secretary of State for Work and...

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    24. Japanese Knotweed
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      Japanese Knotweed: Knot in my backyard again!

      Many will have read the recent case in which a furniture designer pursued his seller successfully after he moved into...

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