Obtaining Writs of Possession - Partridge v Gupta 2017

Obtaining Writs of Possession - Partridge v Gupta 2017

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Course Overview

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 [2017] 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 [1972] 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.

What are the requirements?

  • Watch the recorded webinar, review the supporting documentation and complete the short quiz to test your legal knowledge.
  • This course provides 0.5 - 1 CPD point (depending on length of time spent reviewing the supporting documentation).

Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this course you will:
  • • Have a greater understanding of writs of possession procedure
  • • Appreciate the importance of the case of Partridge v Gupta [2017]
  • • Have considered what the future holds in respect of writs of possession

What is the target audience?

  • This course is suitable for landlord and tenant practitioners


About Instructor - Rachel Coyle

Rachel is a specialist Civil Barrister at The 36 Group and enjoys a thriving practice in general civil and commercial work.

Rachel has been praised for her tenacity, determination and sound, thorough legal knowledge by clients, judges and opponents. She is committed to providing practical advice in a timely manner and pays attention to detail in complex factual and legal matters. Rachel has been described by clients as courteous, very personable and approachable.

Before coming to the Bar and joining 36 Civil, Rachel worked as a Legal and Finance Associate at Seneca Banking Consultants dealing primarily with claims against banks in the pre-litigation stage that engaged in the sale of Interest Rate Hedging products, Fixed Rate Tailored Business Loans, GRGs, Annuities and Currency Swaps. Rachel handled a case load of over 150 clients including premiership footballers, hoteliers, accountants, private residential and commercial landlords, private student halls of residence companies, private hospitals, farmers, car dealerships and private individuals.

Rachel is also direct access qualified.

Course Curriculum

Recorded Webinars

  • Webinar

Supporting Documentation

  • Notes
    4 Page
  • Slides
    10 Page
  • Evaluation
    1 Page


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