Brighton Leasehold Advice Clinic - BLAC

In light of the current and ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, few clinics in the LawWorks Clinics Network are currently offering face-to-face advice.

The clinics listed have indicated to us that they are delivering their service online and/or by phone, or in locations face-to-face by appointment. We would recommend that you contact them directly to check their current operating procedure.

This page will be updated with details as they are made available to us.

Details

Address

University of Law
Braboeuf Manor, Portsmouth Road, Guildford, GU3 1HA
The clinic service is provided in central Brighton
Brighton
Phone number:
01483 216865

Opening Times

Monday evenings during term time October to May by appointment only. To access the service, please phone 01483 216865 and provide your details. You will be contacted for further information. A decision will then be made as to whether the clinic will be able to assist you, if so you will be scheduled in for an appointment.
Area(s) of law:
Housing, Property, Other

Other areas of law available

Leasehold Advice

Who can access this clinic?

Local residents of Brighton and Hove and surrounding areas. The clinic takes place in central Brighton, and is delivered by University of Law students from the Guildford campus with volunteer solicitors.

Information about accessibility

An accessible interview room is available upon request

This clinic offers the following service(s)

Written Advice, Initial Advice

You can access the service in the following way(s)

Appointment, Telephone

Summary of Service

The clinic offers a free, reliable service to those with legal difficulties involving residential, long leasehold property (i.e. greater than five years), for example, service charge disputes, issues concerning major building works, management concerns, lease interpretation, administration charges and rent reviews. The service is offered by the University of Law in association with volunteer lawyers from specialist property firms in the local area. All students from the University of Law are supervised by qualified University staff and the lawyers involved in the project. If you are offered an appointment (these will take place remotely), you will be asked to send copies of all the relevant documents in relation to your matter. At the appointment, the volunteer solicitor will go through your matter and will provide you with appropriate advice. An advice letter is sent out within two weeks from the date of the appointment.