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Natalie studied Law LLB at the University of Cumbria and then went onto complete the LPC at the University of Northumbria.

Outside of work Natalie enjoys the outdoors and is a keen fell walker.  Natalie quite often walks for charity, one of her particular favourite charity walks is the Lakeland festival of light.

Natalie also enjoys playing the piano.

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"Please pass my sincere thanks to Natalie for her support and work on this matter that achieved a very successful outcome, particularly dealing with such a challenging tenant."


"Easy to make initial appointment and reasonably prompt follow up to all subsequent issues.  Natalie was helpful and understanding, showing empathy on many occasions."

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Councils to get £4m to tackle rogue landlords and letting agents

February 11th 2020

The government has reinforced its commitment to protecting tenants in the private rental sector by awarding councils a total of £4 million to crack down on criminal landlords and letting agents. The new funding will be shared by more than 100 councils across England, enabling them to take enforcement action…

Property company loses service charge dispute with tenants

March 5th 2020

A property company has lost its appeal against a tribunal ruling that it had failed to correctly calculate the level of service charges payable by leaseholders. The case involved a mixed commercial and residential development owned by Avon Ground Rents Ltd. The leaseholders were contractually obliged to contribute through a…

Tenant evictions banned during Coronavirus outbreak - obtaining possession of a Residential Property let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (“AST”)

April 6th 2020

Under Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988, to recover possession of a property after the expiry of the contractual term in the AST, landlords are required to give tenants two months written notice stating that they require possession of the property for a so-called “no-fault” eviction. “Section 8” Notices…

How businesses can deal with debt collection during Covid-19

May 18th 2020

Natalie Tatton Solicitor in our Dispute Resolution team provides some top tips for debt collection during Covid-19. With businesses across the country facing financial uncertainty, it is important that your own business is protected as far as possible.  Although there is some government support to businesses, there are going to…

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