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Walker Morris
Much of the practice of the specialist property litigator will have been dominated, during 2020, with getting to grips with the Coronavirus Act 2020 and the Corporate Insolvency and Governance...
Mayer Brown
Omitting work to give to other subcontractors – Scottish court looks at the consequences under NEC3.
Gowling WLG
this article we consider the recent Supreme Court decision in Alexander Devine Children's Cancer Trust v Housing Solutions Ltd and consider the lessons that developers (in particular) might learn from it.
Gilson Gray
I have previously blogged about a number of changes made to Scottish Landlord and Tenant legislation introduced by the Coronavirus (Scotland) Acts
Leigh Day
Today two judges dismissed RCA's legal challenge to the Statutory Instruments (SIs) used to bring in the changes.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
It is often said that possession is nine-tenths of the law - but is it? In this article, we will look at when it may be possible to acquire title to land through possession and dispel the myth that...
Walker Morris
Back in March 2020 Walker Morris explained that businesses often look to divest themselves of surplus property to reduce rental commitment in times
Walker Morris
The Energy Savings Trust (EST) has recently published its position on the Government's Green Homes Grant (GHG) scheme.
FTI Consulting
Maintaining records to meet the burden of proof and demonstrate causation in your construction claim or defence is essential. It's all on you!
Wrigleys Solicitors
Long-term affordability is often a key aim for community-led housing groups. Here, we outline models which can facilitate perpetual affordability.
Rollits LLP
Where they come from, how to keep them and how to stop them.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Interest in establishing a Mutual Home Ownership Society (MHOS) is growing among CLH groups.
Withers LLP
The Government's response to the Grenfell tragedy on 14 June 2017 has been multi-faceted – including immediate, interim and remedial measures for existing high rise buildings with ACM...
Withers LLP
Gone are single-use buildings, coworking operators and central business districts; in are flexibility, hospitality-driven spaces and a new life for high streets.
Wrigleys Solicitors
It's become increasingly popular for surplus land to be considered by town & parish councils for community-led housing. We explore the reasons why.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The Tribunal refused to discharge or modify a restrictive covenant which prevented a house being built in front of a certain building line.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The Scottish Land Commission has recently published its seventh Land Rights and Responsibilities Protocol, which focuses on promoting good stewardship and high standards of land management across Scotland.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Four crofting townships appealed against the Crofting Commission's refusal to approve their application for a particular use of their common grazings at Sandwickhill North Street in Stornoway.
Withers LLP
As our Future of Real Estate report recognises, a greatly increased amount of homeworking is almost certainly here to stay, causing a revolution in thinking about the purpose,...
Rollits LLP
In a recent planning appeal decision, the Planning Inspector held that the use of an agricultural property for commercial donkey rides would be a material change of use.
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