Julian Sidoli

Julian Sidoli

julian-sidoliJulian Sidoli

BA (University College London), MSc

Called 2005 Inner Temple

Julian has a busy housing practice and has extensive experience in all areas of housing law. He represents landlords and tenants including Housing Associations and Local Authorities in the County Court, High Court and Land Tribunals and is also happy to provide written advice, drafting and consultancy. He has significant experience of actions involving disrepair, anti-social behaviour, nuisance, and acknowledged expertise in selective licensing. He has wide-ranging experience including appeals, judicial review, service charges, dilapidations and matters concerning eviction, harassment and homelessness. Julian has also completed over a thousand adjudications under the Housing Act 2004. Julian publishes extensively in the field and regularly appears in journals such as the Landlord and Tenant Review and the Journal of Housing Law. Julian has also recently published the books Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law (2016) (Edited with M Vols and M Kiehl). The Hague: Eleven Publishing and People and Buildings: Comparative Housing Law (2017) (Edited with M Vols). The Hague: Eleven Publishing. Other recent publications include:

(2017) “Notices of Application—Is Posting Enough?” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 21.4.155-157.

(2017 “Assignment, Parting with Possession and Unreasonably withholding consent” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 21.3.111-114

(2017) “Break Notices and Limited Partnerships” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 21.2.64-67

(2016) ‘Informal Housing – Plurality in the City’ (Book Chapter) in Nestor Davidson and Nisha Mistry (Eds) Law between Buildings – Emergent Global Perspectives in Urban Law. Ashgate, UK.

(2016) “Address for Service and Surrender by Operation of Law,” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 20.5

(2016) “Notices and the formality of Landlord and Tenant,” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 20.3

(2015) “Selective Licensing – Challenging the Consultation Process” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 19.5

(2015) “Costs, Conditions and Consultations: Recent Developments in Selective Licensing” Journal of Housing Law, Volume 18.5. 96-101.

(2015) “The Landlord’s Intention to Redevelop” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 19.2.71-73

(2015) “Landlords and the Law of Nuisance” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 19.1.1-5.

(2014) “Selective Licensing – Residents, Landlords and Community Engagement: The Perspectives of Scheme Managers”, Journal of Housing Law, Volume 17.4.72-77.

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