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Litigation in lockdown: the housing cases receiving pandemic priority

Kuljit Bhogal, Andy Lane and Sam Fowles present an on-demand webinar for housing practitioners, covering a number of housing litigation issues that have arisen as a result of lockdown.
 

Cornerstone Barristers recorded a briefing on 7 April 2020 on the current state of play with regards to housing work (especially in the courts) and Covid 19.

The webinar covers:

  • Possession actions and the required notices
  • The civil courts priority status approach
  • Injunction work and other alternative remedies
  • Fraud investigations and actions
  • Where are we with the question of rent arrears

Litigation in lockdown: the housing cases receiving pandemic priority - Slides

About the presenters

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Kuljit Bhogal

Kuljit has a broad practice with particular specialisms in Local Government, Public Law and Judicial Review, Housing and the Court of Protection.

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Sarah Sutherland

Andrew Lane

Andy's practice focuses on social housing and property, and administrative and public law.

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Dr Sam Fowles

Sam has provided legal and policy advice at all levels of government, from the Council of Europe to parish councils, appearing in many of the leading public law cases of recent years.

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