You will need to contact the residential property tribunal service.
10 Alfred place London wc1e 7LR.
Tel 020 7(###) ###-####/p>
Unfortunately, this is a question and answer service. We cannot undertake the research you require.
I have answered you question as to where you should obtain the decision, however the residential property tribunal service do not hold records for 2002 as you found out when you contacted them.
I do not believe that the Solicitors Regulation Authority will be of much help as they do not have a library or research resources. They deal only with regulatory matters.
Unless the Law Society or Solicitors Regulation Authority keeps historical records you should tru the firm direct.
Contact details available via the website.
We would not have that information.
If the law firm itself does not have it then nobody else will.
I have just thought about the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Russell Square London. The institute has a vast, well stocked library. Try the institute as they may have the Tribunal decisions dating back to 2002.
How did you get on with IALS?
Don't suppose you remember her name?
Any luck with IALS?
Law firms destroy files after 6 years but not deeds. I wonder if the firm has a deed packet for the client/property, worth asking the firm to check to be sure.
I would doubt a library would hold a private tenancy agreement from 2002.
I also think it unlikely that there are any central records of old firms. Best chance is to find historical directories but a bit of a long shot going back to 2002.