Residential service charge not due until landlord's address provided (Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber))

In Beitov Properties Ltd v Elliston Bentley Martin [2012] UKUT 133 (LC) the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) held that service charge demanded from a tenant had not become due as the demand did not include the landlord's address.

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