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lessons from Acredart & Car Giant v LBHF - dilapidations

25 January 2018

In the final video in this series on dilapidations, Tim draws on his recent court experience in the case of Acredart & Car Giant v London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. It’s rare for dilapidations claims to reach trial and having had conduct of the case for almost 4 years there are certainly useful tips, both from the experience of the litigation itself and the court’s decisions.

You can watch the other videos in the series by following the links below:

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