Andrew Goodwin FRICS

Andrew Goodwin FRICS

Blenheim Palace, Woodstock
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock

Andrew Goodwin & Associates Chartered Surveyors specialising in Property Surveys, Building Surveys,
Structural Surveys, House Purchase Surveys, Major Defects Reports,
Home Surveys, Energy Performance Certificates, Property Acquisition work,
Party Wall work and other professional work
covering Woodstock and the surrounding Oxfordshire catchment area.

For friendly advice without obligation, please call Andrew on

07788 726 082

Andrew undertakes surveys on period and modern residential properties, including houses, bungalows and flats for property buyers in and around Woodstock and the surrounding Oxfordshire area.


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Landowner defeats Teseo in the High Court over £1.3m conditional contract

Ref. Cohen v Teseo Properties Ltd & Anor [2014] EWHC 2442 (Ch)
On 8 August 2013, the Claimant landowner (Cohen) entered into an agreement with the Defendant developer for the sale of a property in Finchley North London at the price of £1.3 million. Inserted into this agreement was the condition that final agreement was dependent on the developer securing planning permission for residential redevelopment…
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Bad behaviour on the part of a #business Tenant precluded her from being granted a renewed Lease

article_logoBusiness Tenants to be on best behaviour or statutory protection can be removed

A Court considered whether it was necessary for a Landlord to show that the grant of a new tenancy would cause it real prejudice in the future. Further, would it be sufficient to simply establish it or would it not be fair to continue the Landlord and Tenant relationship because of the Tenant’s past performance and behaviour?

Ref. Youssefi v Mussellwhite [2014] EWCA Civ 885 The Court of Appeal in this case upheld the previous Judge’s view that bad behaviour on the part of the business Tenant precluded her from being granted a renewed Lease, which she … Continue reading

Supreme Court gives Preliminary Ruling on Monk Evictions

The Supreme Court is reputedly set to reject a challenge to the rule in Monk on notices to quit given by joint periodic tenants. The case referenced above saw a seven-judge panel hear a challenge to the 1992 ruling from a man left stranded in a property after his wife terminated the joint tenancy and left him. We look at the challenge, which asked what impact, if any, the European Convention on Human Rights might have…

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