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Recreational Easements
Regency Villas Title Ltd and others v Diamond Resorts (Europe) Ltd and others [2018] UKSC 57
UK
25 Jan 2019
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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 ฃ300,000 a year ...
UK
1 Oct 2018
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Network Rail Tied In Knots!
Japanese knotweed, an extremely invasive non-native plant, has long been a scourge on landowners.
UK
12 Sep 2017
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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
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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
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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
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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
12
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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Rights To Light
Rights to light are private property rights that benefit both residential and commercial buildings.
UK
18 Mar 2015
14
Rights To Light – Will The Proposed Reforms See The Light Of Day?
Responses to the Law Commission Consultation Paper No 210 regarding Rights to Light recently closed.
UK
2 Jul 2013
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Dilapidations Protocol Property Litigation Association – "Question Time" Event
On Tuesday 23 October 2012, almost a year on from the adoption of The Dilapidations Protocol into the Civil Procedure Rules ("CPR"), the Property Litigation Association ("PLA") hosted an interactive question time event to allow key industry members to meet and debate their views on the Protocol.
UK
14 Dec 2012
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Dilapidations Protocol Property Litigation Association – "Question Time" Event
Keith opened with a summary of the near 200 responses to the Dilapidations Protocol Survey 2012, highlighting the impact and effect the formal adoption of the Protocol has had on practitioners and dilapidations claims.
UK
14 Dec 2012
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First Convictions Under New Residential Squatting Laws
You will recall that in our Autumn Bulletin we wrote about squatting becoming a criminal offence.
UK
12 Dec 2012
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Update On Residential Squatting
On 1 September 2012, a new law came into force to make residential squatting a criminal offence.
UK
11 Oct 2012
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Emails May Create A Binding Property Contract
It is surprising to many property professionals that there is no longer a requirement for an inked signature in order to create a binding contract.
UK
24 Jul 2012
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Rights of Light Not For Sale Commercial Developers Should Not Assume That Rights of Light Can Be Bought Off
In June 08, Tim Foley explained the important decision of RHJ Ltd v FT Patten (Holdings) Ltd (1) and FT Patten Properties (Liverpool) Ltd (2) [2008] EWCA Civ 151.
UK
29 Nov 2010
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