Property company to pay tenant’s legal costs after ‘unsustainable’ litigation

A judge has found a property investment company ran ‘unsustainable’ litigation and ordered it to pay a tenant tens of thousands of pounds in costs.
In a ruling at the Central London County Court last month, Judge Lochrane ordered Mikproud Ltd to pay all the legal costs of defendant Rashid Khan, the tenant and proprietor of a convenience store on the Holloway Road in north London.
Mikproud is owned by businessman Paul Koopman who also runs property asset management company Koopmans, whose clients include world-famous designer Sir Paul Smith, according to its web
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