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Housing Disrepair

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About Housing Disrepair

In the wake of the personal injury reforms, the housing sector is facing one of its most challenging times as the number housing disrepair claims received by landlords reach dizzy heights.  With more claims on the horizon due to the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018, housing sector clients will require a robust strategy in order to deal with potentially high volumes of litigation with both skill and commercial awareness.  Our team of experts have a proven track record of successfully defending housing disrepair claims for Local Authorities and Housing Associations nationwide. We understand that dispute resolution is key to promoting good landlord tenant relationships and is essential in limiting the ever spiralling legal costs associated with these matters.

How can we help?

At Hampson Hughes, we work in partnership with our housing sector clients to offer a bespoke legal service that is focussed on achieving each organisation’s strategic objectives.  Our lawyers offer ad hoc practical advice and support and have experience of dealing with both self-insured clients and large insurers.  We pride ourselves in our pound-for-pound savings and we are confident that we can add value to your organisation.

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