Obtaining Writs of Possession - Partridge v Gupta 2017
Aimed at landlord and tenant practitioners, this session will discuss the giving of notice sufficient to enable an occupier to apply for relief, and the way in which the case of Partridge v Gupta  EWHC 2110 (QB) has clarified the Court’s position in respect of this.
During this session civil practitioner Rachel Coyle of 36 Civil (The 36 Group) will consider CPR 83.13 and will provide viewers with an overview of the following cases and will examine how informative they are in respect of writs of possession:
o Fleet Mortgage Limited v Lower Maisonette 46 Eaton Place Ltd  1 W.L.R. 765, Ch D.
o Leicester City Council v Aldwinckle (1992) 24 H.L.R. 40, CA, Leggatt L.J.
o Jephson Homes Housing Association v Moisejeys & Another (2001) 33 H.L.R. 54, CA
This session will also discuss what Foskett J concluded in Patridge v Gupta and the way in which this will impact when and how a writ of possession is to be obtained in the future.
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