Noisy works: a useful reminder for landlords

When a landlord is carrying out works it is usually impossible to avoid some level of disturbance to tenants. On that basis, previous case law has made clear that a landlord carrying out works will need to take "all reasonable steps to minimise the disturbance" to its tenants in order to avoid a tenant successfully claiming damages for breach of the landlord's quiet enjoyment covenant.

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