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Should the buyer beware? Leaseholders and fire safety remediation costs

By Liam Spender on Apr 14, 2021 07:01 pm
Should the buyer beware? Leaseholders and fire safety remediation costs

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.

By Liam Spender

Headlines about the cladding scandal appear daily. Bills running to tens of thousands of pounds, life changing amounts of money for most, are landing on the occupants of flats suffering serious fire safety defects.

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