Offers a guide to the law and practice of commonhold provided for by Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 and its supporting rules and regulations. The authors provide a practical guidance on: the procedure for registration of commonhold land; drafting the commonhold community statement; termination of a commonhold; and more.
Gary Cowen is a barrister at Falcon Chambers where he specialises in all forms of the law of real property with an emphasis on commercial property litigation. Professor James Driscoll is a consultant solicitor in the property department at Trowers and Hamlins where he advises on all aspects of residential property matters including residential leaseholds and commonhold. His many books include the loose-leaf work Housing Law and Precedents (Sweet & Maxwell). He is the Consultant Editor to Butterworths Residential Handbook (3rd Ed., 2005) and to Halsbury's Laws of England, Volume 22 (Housing) (new Ed in 2006). James is a regular contributor to the Estates Gazette, the New Law Journal, the Solicitors' Journal and other legal and professional journals. He is a Consultant Editor to Sweet & Maxwell's Landlord and Tenant Reports. He was a member of the Lord Chancellor's Working Group on Commonhold. Laurence Target is a solicitor in the commercial property and housing projects departments at Trowers and Hamlins, specialising in property law.
Gary Cowen, Laurence Target, Professor James Driscoll