Author Archives: Sarah Mubashir

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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards Following the passing of the Energy Act 2011, the government has introduced the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 setting minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES)

Ilott v The Blue Cross And Others

Ilott v The Blue Cross And Others A landmark ruling by the Court of Appeal in Ilott v Mitson has made its way to the Supreme Court. This case illustrates a balancing

What A BREXIT Means To The UK

What A BREXIT Means To The UK “I went to bed reasonably confident and woke up shell shocked”. Many Britons can relate to the words of City Law Firm Partner, Colin Passmore,

Dubsmashing The Law

Dubsmashing The Law As Dubsmash celebrates its first birthday, let’s revisit the concept behind this video selfie app which has garnered more than 50 million downloads. Rewind to November 2014 and envisage

The “Right To Rent” Scheme In The UK

The “Right To Rent” Scheme In The UK ‘Right to Rent’ is a scheme (the ‘Scheme’) whereby all private landlords in England, or their agents, are obliged to review the immigration status