‘Sigh of relief’ after Supreme Court ruling on landlord’s duty

Court of Appeal's judgment left buy-to-let and other intermediate landlords facing the risk of potential claims for personal injury or other damages
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Douglas Rhodes explains the significance of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Edwards v Kumarasemy this week, which overturned an earlier controversial judgment of the Court of Appeal on an intermediate landlord’s duty to repair external common parts…

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