18 Jun 2019
18 Jun 2019

Blundell Lecture

Getting back to business: The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Part II The Supreme Court in Franses has changed the way that the 1954 Act should be interpreted in terms of landlord’s intention in opposing lease renewals on the grounds of redevelopment.

How far does its shadow fall? How might it affect the interpretation of intention under other statutes, including the recent Electronic Communications Code? Given the renewed focus upon the Act, should we now also consider how some other provisions of the Act might be (re)interpreted?

Wayne Clark and Dellah Gilbert provide their thoughts. Speakers: Dellah Gilbert, Maples Teesdale LLP and Wayne Clark, Falcon Chambers Chair: Kirk Reynolds QC Tuesday 18 June 2019

Venue: LSE, New Academic Building, 54 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3LJ

Key Contacts

Dellah Gilbert

Partner, Real estate disputes 020 3465 4353 View profile