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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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Landlord cannot demand payment of service charges out of time

October 25th 2021

A landlord could not get round the requirement to make a “demand for payment of the service charge” within the 18-month time limit specified in law. Natalie Tatton Solicitor reports on this recent case. That was the ruling of the Court of Appeal in a case involving a landlord that held…

Appeal Court considers whether external doors are landlords’ fixtures

October 6th 2021

The Court of Appeal has clarified whether external doors are landlords’ fixtures and so subject to landlord control. Natalie Tatton Solicitor reports on this recent case. The case involved a tenant who was the registered proprietor of two long-leasehold flats with terms of 999 years. The leases included a covenant…

Landlord loses service charge appeal after failing to consult tenants

September 15th 2021

A landlord has lost its appeal against a decision that it could not impose service charges for certain works because it had failed to consult tenants properly. Natalie Tatton Solicitor reports on this recent case. The landlord owned several flats let on long leases. It carried out various works to…

Landlord wins dispute over service charges in commercial building

August 9th 2021

A landlord has won a dispute over service charges in a commercial building because the onus was on the tenant to prove they were unfair, and it had failed to do so. Natalie Tatton Solicitor reports on this recent case. The case involved Criterion Buildings Ltd and Mckinsey & Co.…

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