Assad Maqbool and Douglas Rhodes analyse an important Upper Tribunal case, which settled longstanding uncertainty over how to consult with leaseholders when procuring works under framework agreements ‘In effect, the Upper Tribunal considered that the application was premature as they did not know what precise works or costs they were being asked to determine.’ On …
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- London Area Procurement Network v All Right to Buy Lessees (2007) Leasehold Valuation Tribunal
- Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea v the Lessees of 1-124 Pond House & ors  UKUT 395 (LC)