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Hardwicke, Karl King.
Very often he is commissioned by locals and apartment owners with the most serious property and deterioration claim. Karl's cooperation with the regional government has also led him to be entrusted with various inquiries. Karl also spent 9 years on the board of a Top 15 Housing Trust, where he gathered unrivalled first-hand experiences with the managerial, regulation and governing environments in the industry.
He has experience in providing advice and representation in all cases under the 1954 Act, whether it be a dispute over rent extensions, contract breaches or revocation rights. In addition, Karl has recently handled a number of cases in which flooding and fire damages have led to litigation over the scope of a landlord's obligation to reconstruct or restore commercial property.
Karl's work also includes the processing of cases of neglect. While Karl has addressed a number of concession-related matters, he has also taken on work related to litigation over the settlement of ancillary costs. Mr. Miller has also been active in a number of mortgage cases, mainly on lender's instructions, and has also worked on a number of interesting cases related to capital relief deals.
In principle, Karl assumes responsibility for public indemnity work resulting from property-related conflicts and transaction. The focus of this area of activity is the negligence and negligence of attorneys and experts. Karl was recently ordered by insurance companies in a recently closed case in which the accusation against the assured attorneys was that they had supervised the granting of multiple erroneous sub-leases of co-ownership which amount to assignment because they ran out on the same day as the head lease.
Charlemagne has provided advice and handled a number of fiduciary cases. After registering as the owner, the recipient divided the real estate into apartments and claimed the right to transfer the apartments to third partys. These alienated offspring of the late parent claimed that the ownership to which the parent was entitled was fiduciary because the mother's interest had been suspended before her deaths.
Charlemagne defended one of 5 brothers and sisters in another case and successfully defended himself against the elders' assertion that they had the exclusive economic right to the cottage.