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In Re Games Station, the Court of Appeal has closed a loophole - now, rent is payable for as long as the administrators use a property.
The UK government is pushing ahead with with judicial review reforms that could see a reduction in costly development delays. A specialist planning court…
The content of an authorised guarantee agreement (AGA) given by a tenant in England & Wales is controlled by statute. If it goes too far, the courts...
The deadline for registering for Phase 2 of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme is 31 January 2014. Who needs to register? What are the key dates? What has changed from Phase 1?
Those affected by the Parliamentary Bill to authorise the first stage of England’s proposed new HS2 high speed rail line can participate in the Parliamentary process to seek amendments
The UK Use Classes Order allows change of use of a property within a class of uses. If a planning condition restricts the use of a property to specific uses but does not expressly exclude the Use Classes Order, does the Order still apply?
English court highlights why expert determination – usually a quick and cost-effective way to resolve real estate contract disputes – might not always be so attractive.
The UK government is proposing radical reform of the process for judicial review of administrative decisions, to discourage tactical claims that delay property development and generate publicity but have little prospect of being upheld by the courts.
The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) comes into force on 22 July 2013. While property funds and fund managers have for months been gearing up to comply... more
Guarantees are tricky arrangements. It is all too easy for a guarantor to get off the hook on a technicality.The High Court has just ruled on a guarantee... more
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