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Tenant Payments At The End Of Their Lease
Rent apportionment at end of tenancy
UK
28 Jan 2019
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Tenant Insolvency
Insolvency processes and their affect on the relationship between landlord and tenant Remedy
UK
28 Jan 2019
3
The Meaning Of ‘Intent'
S Franses Ltd (Appellant) v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd (Respondent) [2018] UKSC 62 On appeal from: [2017] EWHC 1670 (QB)
UK
25 Jan 2019
4
Recreational Easements
Regency Villas Title Ltd and others v Diamond Resorts (Europe) Ltd and others [2018] UKSC 57
UK
25 Jan 2019
5
Brexit: A Source Of Frustration?
Canary Wharf (BP4) T1 Limited and others v European Medicines Agency is the first major property dispute with Brexit ...
European Union
25 Jan 2019
6
S Franses Ltd (Appellant) v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd (Respondent) [2018] UKSC 62
Business tenants have the protection of security of tenure. When their business tenancy ends they are generally entitled to a protected renewal tenancy at an open market rent.
UK
10 Dec 2018
7
Licensees And Relief From Forfeiture
The stakes were high in The Manchester Ship Canal Company Limited v Vauxhall Motors Limited (formerly General UK Motors Limited) [2018] EWCA Civ 1100 where a landowner stood to gain in excess of £300,000 a year ...
UK
1 Oct 2018
8
Who Pays For Property Fraud?
The Court of Appeal has ruled on two important high profile cases involving fraudsters (imposters) selling residential property.
UK
1 Oct 2018
9
A Lidl More Certainty In Commercial Negotiations
The law on informal joint venture negotiations relating to property acquisitions after Generator Developments LLP vs Lidl UK GmbH [2018].
UK
6 Jun 2018
10
Chelsea FC Caught Offside By A Family's Right To Light
A right to light is a quirky form of easement but as this dispute shows, such a right cannot be underestimated.
UK
6 Jun 2018
11
Protest – Too Much?
Despite protests from environmental groups groups the Court has granted a peremptory injunction to prevent fracking protesters entering a number of connected business locations and exploration sites.
UK
10 Jan 2018
12
The Court Stands Firm On Implied Terms.
In the recent case of Co-operative Bank Plc v Hayes Freehold Ltd (In Liquidation) [2017] EWHC 1820 (Ch)...
UK
10 Jan 2018
13
Network Rail Tied In Knots!
Japanese knotweed, an extremely invasive non-native plant, has long been a scourge on landowners.
UK
12 Sep 2017
14
Identity Fraud Alert!
We have previously written about a number of cases involving fraudsters who sell residential property they do not own (see our Real Estate Bulletin - Summer 2016).
UK
12 Sep 2017
15
Real Estate Bulletin - August 2017
Welcome to the August 2017 edition of the Real Estate Bulletin. In this edition we update you on recent decisions and legal developments affecting the property industry:
UK
8 Sep 2017
16
The Importance Of Being Diligent
In relation to each party's contribution, the Judge concluded that on the principles of equal trusteeship, each party must bear equal liability.
UK
15 Aug 2016
17
Is There Still Scope For Successful Claims In Respect Of Unsuccessful Negotiations? Generator Developments LLP And Lidl UK GMBH (2016)
Generator claimed that land at Wates Way Industrial Estate, Ongar Road, Brentwood, Essex, which was purchased by Lidl, was held on trust on a Pallant v Morgan equity.
UK
11 Aug 2016
18
Consortium Commercial Developments Ltd V ABB Ltd
In 1996 Consortium Commercial Developments ("Consortium") granted a lease to ABB which came to an end in June 2011.
UK
5 Feb 2016
19
Real Estate Bulletin - Autumn 2015
The Courts have been particularly busy in the last few months considering a number of property related matters. In this issue, we look at notable decisions and the impact they have on the property industry.
UK
19 Oct 2015
20
Light At The End Of The Tunnel For Developers
The grant of an injunction is a discretionary remedy and until the relatively recent Supreme Court's decision in Coventry v Lawrence the position on whether damages should be awarded instead of an injunction was uncertain...
UK
19 Oct 2015
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