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Lords push government’s Fire Safety Bill to the edge as parliamentary session nears end …

By Sebastian O'Kelly on Apr 20, 2021 09:56 pm
Lords push government’s Fire Safety Bill to the edge as parliamentary session nears end …

Lord Greenhalgh again made an under-powered attempt to argue in favour of the Fire Safety Bill, which means leaseholders could pay out to put right the mistakes of others

By Liam Spender

Liam Spender is a Trustee of the Leasehold Knowledge Partnership. Personally affected by the cladding scandal, Liam is a Solicitor-Advocate and Senior Associate at Velitor Law practising commercial litigation and arbitration in the City of London. Views in this article are personal and do not constitute legal advice.

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