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Housing Law | Tuesday 27 February 2018

Landlord discontinues re-litigating a claim for possession after failing to provide the tenant with a gas safety certificate before their occupation: major implication for the Private Rented Sector

Tim Baldwin, of the Garden Court Chambers Housing Team, was instructed by Matt Sinden of SSP Law Solicitors.

Tim Baldwin

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 22 February 2018

East Finchley residents settle two-year legal battle with Housing Association after gas supply cut off

Tim Baldwin of Garden Court Chambers was instructed by Jayesh Kunwardia of Hodge Jones & Allen. 

Tim Baldwin

Administrative and Public Law, Housing Law | Monday 22 January 2018

Tim Baldwin successfully challenges Brent Council's decision to offer accommodation to a homeless family over 100 miles away in Birmingham for the third time

Tim Baldwin was instructed by Ronald Daley of Advice4Renters and is a member of the Garden Court Chambers Housing Team.

Tim Baldwin

Housing Law | Thursday 3 August 2017

The Garden Court Chambers Housing Team respond to the consultation of Terms of Reference of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry

The Grenfell Tower Inquiry has called for responses to the consultation of Terms of Reference.

Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 2 May 2017

Young man takes his own life following visits from an enforcement agent over unpaid traffic tickets

Tim Baldwin represented the family of Jerome Rogers at the inquest into his death.

Tim Baldwin

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Prisoners’ Rights | Wednesday 26 April 2017

Successful habeas corpus application against Governor of HMP Peterborough for unlawful detention of a civil prisoner

Tim Baldwin of Garden Court Chambers represented the claimant.

Tim Baldwin

Housing Law | Thursday 20 April 2017

London Borough of Southwark still found to be imposing unlawful water service charges in possession proceedings

Tim Baldwin of Garden Court Chambers was instructed by Serdar Celebi of Cambridge House Law Centre.

Tim Baldwin

Housing Law | Thursday 23 March 2017

Court of Appeal rules on the requirements of a valid notice to end an introductory tenancy

Tim Baldwin and Justine Compton of Garden Court Chambers appeared for the Respondent.

Tim Baldwin Stephen Marsh Edward Fitzpatrick Justine Compton

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