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Agribusiness In Africa, Status And Way Forward
Agribusiness is a broad concept which covers all actors and stakeholders involved in the agricultural value chain, from input suppliers to agro-processors but also traders, exporters and retailers.
Worldwide
9 Apr 2019
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Smart Farming: The Rise Of Agritech And Its Legal Issues
The agricultural sector is going through enormous challenges these days: from food production to worldwide scarcity of resources, from air pollution to changes to seasonal events in the life cycle of plant and animals.
UK
14 Jan 2019
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Legal Viewpoint: Report Sets New Directions On Infrastructure For Growth
September's Commons housing, communities and local government select committee land value capture inquiry report highlights ways the planning system can anticipate and recover the costs...
UK
6 Oct 2018
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Setting The Tone
There is a general consensus that land should be "right priced".
UK
3 Oct 2018
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Compulsory Sales Orders: An Aid To Regeneration In Scotland?
A new Compulsory Sales Order (CSO) power could tackle the blight of abandoned buildings and parcels of vacant and derelict land in town centres and communities across Scotland...
UK
29 Aug 2018
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BEIS Publishes Draft Registration Of Overseas Entities Bill
More than two years have passed since David Cameron announced plans to introduce a public register of beneficial ownership of overseas companies owning property in the UK (the "Register").
UK
2 Aug 2018
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Big Ambitions Seen In 25 Year Environment Plan
The government's 25 Year Plan for the Environment may be light on new legal obligations but it does provide useful pointers to possible future policy developments.
European Union
2 Aug 2018
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Closing The Registration Gap
In late 2016 the High Court decided that a purchaser was bound by an easement granted by his sellers, without his permission, after he had purchased his land from them.
UK
1 Aug 2018
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A New Power Of Compulsory Sale? The New Community Right To Buy Abandoned, Neglected Or Detrimental Land
The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 brought about a statutory right for communities to purchase land in Scotland.
UK
20 Jul 2018
10
Uitleg erfdienstbaarheden
Traditiegetrouw ontvangt u na de MIPIM onze nieuwsbrief die zich richt op de commerciële makelaardij en haar opdrachtgevers. Wij hebben wederom enkele uitspraken c.q. onderwerpen geselecteerd die in uw praktijk...
Netherlands
23 Mar 2018
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Important Changes To The Model Land Lease Agreement (Ukrainian)
22 листопада 2017 року Кабінет Міністрів України прийняв Постанову «Про внесення змін дl
Ukraine
1 Dec 2017
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Important Changes To The Model Land Lease Agreement
On 22 November 2017, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved Resolution No. 890 On Introduction of Amendments into Certain Resolutions of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine...
Ukraine
1 Dec 2017
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What Happens When A Charge Is Discharged In Error?
NRAM Ltd v. Evans [2017] EWCA Civ 1013 is an interesting case in which a bank discharged a mortgage in error.
UK
7 Nov 2017
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Licence Or Lease? The Inadvertent Tenancy
The recent County Court decision in Camelot Property Management Limited (1) and Camelot Guardian Management Limited (2) v. Greg Roynon is an uncomfortable reminder to landowners of how easy it is to inadvertently grant a tenancy when only a licence was intended. The consequences of getting it wrong can be time consuming and costly.
UK
18 Apr 2017
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The Housing White Paper: Implications Beyond The Residential Market
The recently published Housing White Paper "Fixing our broken housing market" outlines the government's proposals to boost housing supply in England.
UK
3 Mar 2017
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Relief From Forfeiture Granted To A Mere Licensee
In General Motors UK Limited v. The Manchester Ship Canal Company Limited 2016 EWHC 2960 (Ch) the High Court granted relief from forfeiture to a mere licensee...
UK
2 Mar 2017
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Impact Of Business Rates Revaluation On Statutory Compensation
On 1 April 2017, the first revaluation of rateable values since 2010 will take effect in England and Wales.
UK
9 Nov 2016
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Demountable Partitions - A Barrier To Vacant Possession?
In Riverside Park Ltd v. NHS Property Services Ltd [2016] EWHC 1313 (Ch) a tenant's break notice was held to be ineffective because the tenant had failed to remove demountable partitioning...
UK
19 Aug 2016
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Due Diligence For Bankable Solar PV Projects
Sharp reductions in the price of solar PV technology, dramatic technological advancement and (until recently) generous subsidies for solar PV generation have enabled developers to project reliable...
UK
17 Aug 2016
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Brexit: What Are The Likely Effects Of The Referendum Decision On Planning?
What are the likely effects of the Referendum decision on planning? The real answer is that nobody knows but planning partner Stephen Ashworth gives his views. •There will be more devolution to city regions across the UK.
UK
11 Jul 2016
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