12 October 2020

Natasha Rees comments in The Sunday Times Q&A on illegal raves being thrown in flats

Head of Property Litigation, Natasha Rees comments in an article in The Sunday Times on illegal raves being thrown in flats due to the 10pm curfew.

In the article, entitled ‘Curfew ravers took over my house’, Natasha explains that acting against the flat owner who hosted the illegal rave, under the terms of the lease, is a possible solution.

The full article can be accessed here, behind the paywall.

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