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Camilla Lamont

Camilla Lamont


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Residential Landlord & Tenant

Camilla also undertakes residential work, particularly relating to service charges, management, and the development and disposal of mixed use estates.

Camilla has considerable experience of service charge litigation and is the editor of the chapters in Hill & Redman’s Law of Landlord and Tenant on residential service charges and management. She recently  acted for a number of the respondents in Leaseholders of Foundling Court and O’Donnell Court v Camden LBC [2016] UKUT 366, [2017] L & TR 7,  multi-party service charge dispute before the Upper Tribunal in respect of the Brunswick Centre in which it was held that obligation to consult fell upon a superior landlord.  

She also regularly advises many of the major house builders in relation to the application of tenants’ rights of first refusal under Part I of the 1987 Act when disposing of reversionary interests.