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08 October 2019

RICS Property Journal: Let’s not be too hasty

Article by Scott Goldstein, Associate in the Dispute Resolution department and property litigation specialist at Payne Hicks Beach, discusses how the proposed abolition of section 21 notices could create as many problems as it solves, first published in the October/November 2019 edition of the RICS Property Journal and online on 3 October 2019 and reproduced with kind permission.

For further information, please contact Scott Goldstein by email or on 020 7465 4300

Click below to read Scott's article in the RICS Property Journal

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