The Law Commission’s 13th Programme of Law Reform and consultation document was launched on 14 July.
The Commission is consulting on which areas of law it should examine as part of its next programme of law reform. As part of its consultation, the Commission has suggested various issues that might be suitable for review, including leasehold law.
The Law Commission are interested in areas of leasehold law which impose unnecessary restrictions, inefficiencies or costs; the problems that arise and for evidence of the practical and economic impact of those problems.
The responses received will influence the Commission’s decisions and discussions with Government. The consultation runs until 31 October 2016.