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Once More Unto The Breach?
If there is one subject which can (and should) strike fear into the heart of a professional adviser operating in the property field, it is the risk of serving a defective landlord and tenant notice.
UK
21 Nov 2006
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Mortgagees’ Duties (Again)
In the case of Den Norske Bank ASA (the "Bank") v Acemex Management Company Limited ("Acemex") the Court of Appeal decided that a ship mortgage is not inherently different from a mortgage of land. The Court repeated some of the basic principles set out in the judgment of Silven Properties Limited v Royal Bank of Scotland (the "Silven Judgment") which had been hande
UK
14 Jun 2004
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Seise The Day
Contracting parties may believe that the inclusion of an exclusive jurisdiction clause in their agreement binds them to conduct any subsequent contractual disputes in the courts of the country they have specified. However, two recent decisions indicate that, at least in Europe, this may no longer be the case. Now read on...
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6 May 2004
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