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Dame Judith Hackitt says cladding leaseholders risk ruin with rip-off charges. She wants to help. But is still at sea over leasehold law …

By Sebastian O'Kelly on Sep 09, 2021 02:57 pm
Dame Judith Hackitt says cladding leaseholders risk ruin with rip-off charges. She wants to help. But is still at sea over leasehold law …

Dame Judith Hackitt has told The Guardian that leaseholders caught up in the building safety scandal risk being “fleeced” by landlords and builders, meaning that “we are are making lives worse than need be”.

The chair of the independent review of building regulations and fire safety, and a former chair of the Health and Safety Executive, tells the newspaper that she wants to help, but then says leaseholders “should get a second opinion” on the works.

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