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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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"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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Renters’ (Reform) Bill aims to protect both tenants and landlords

June 21st 2023

The government has outlined its Renters (Reform) Bill, which it says will strike a balance between protecting both landlords and tenants. Natalie Tatton Solicitor in our dispute team provides an update. It says that eleven million tenants will benefit from safer, fairer and higher quality homes and over two million landlords will find…

Court clarifies law on service charges as tenants lose appeal

May 26th 2023

The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by tenants against rises in service charges and clarified how the law should be applied under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 (the Act).  Natalie Tatton Solicitor in our dispute team reports on this recent case. The tenants occupied residential units within a block of flats.…

Who pays for repairs when one man's roof is another man's floor

March 3rd 2023

A judge has settled the tricky question of who pays for repairs when one leaseholder’s floor is another leaseholder’s roof. Natalie Tatton Solicitor in our dispute team reports on this recent case. The case involved two maisonettes contained in a house belonging to two freeholders, who leased them in 1980. The ground-floor maisonette…

Landlord can’t recover cost of serving ground rent notice

January 17th 2023

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a landlord’s costs of preparing and serving a notice requiring payment of ground rent could not be recovered from the tenant as part of an administration charge. Natalie Tatton Solicitor in our dispute team provides an update. The case involved Avon Ground Rents Ltd and…

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