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Taming Frankenstein’s monster

Taming Frankenstein’s monster

By | 19 Jul 2016

The decision of the High Court in EMI Group Ltd v O & H Q1 Ltd [2016] EWHC 529 (Ch); [2016] PLSCS 87 highlights the far-reaching and almost certainly unanticipated consequences of the anti-avoidance provisions in the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995

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Giving notice to complete

Giving notice to complete

By | 13 Apr 2016

Naomi Campbell examines the role of notices to complete in property transactions and discusses how they should and should not be deployed against a party in breach of its contractual obligations.

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Supreme Court's Decision in M&S, not just a property case

Supreme Court's Decision in M&S, not just a property case

By and | 02 Dec 2015

BREAKING NEWS: Supreme Court's judgment handed down in Marks and Spencer plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company (Jersey) Limited and another

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Court reforms and arbitration: courting disaster

Court reforms and arbitration: courting disaster

By | 22 Sep 2014

Three recent cases reveal the difficulties practitioners face in understanding how the law will be applied by the courts.

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Informer: Real Estate Newsletter Spring/Summer 2014

Informer: Real Estate Newsletter Spring/Summer 2014

By | 12 Jun 2014

Confidence is returning to the UK real estate market driving investment deals to a level (in size and volume) that we haven’t seen since before the recession.

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Strictly does it

By | 12 Jun 2014

Tenant finds break option invalidated by failure to specify exact words required in break.

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Valuing damages for trespass and hurting the feelings of a company.

12 Jun 2014

Should companies be able to benefit from an award for aggravated damages?

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Game over

12 Jun 2014

Hotly anticipated Court of Appeal decision overturns previous law on rent as administration expense.

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Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery

By and | 12 Jun 2014

On 6 April 2014, a commercial landlord's remedy of distress was finally abolished and replaced by a new (more tenant friendly) regime: Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery.

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