Required Reading: Typed name is sufficient to transfer interest in property


There's 'a wide discretion when showing compliance with the usual legal formalities relating to the transfer of beneficial interests in property', say lawyers Emma Preece & Laura Bushaway, following a recent Court of Appeal decision.

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Emma Preece & Laura Bushaway

Senior Associate​​​; Knowledge Development Lawyer at Charles Russell Speechlys

Emma advises on a range of landlord and tenant matters such as lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, possession claims, rent arrears and service charge recovery and breach of covenant disputes. Emma also advises on issues arising on lease termination including dilapidations and the exercise of break clauses (including the validity of break notices, and compliance with break conditions). During her 14 years in private practice Laura regularly dealt with a wide range of residential and commercial property disputes and landlord and tenant matters. Laura supports the knowledge and training needs of lawyers within the Property Litigation group.

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