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The Central London County Court has struck down a use restriction in a proposed retail lease, holding that it breaches the Competition Act 1998.
Deadlines of 16 May 2014 (businesses) and 23 May (individuals) to object to the HS2 Bill. Compensation package for homeowners and small businesses.
The Court of Appeal says that tenants must comply with all the formal requirements of a break clause absolutely even if they are pointless.
CRAR (Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery) comes into force on 6 April 2014, designed to be fair to tenants, but will it be effective for landlords?
The UK Supreme Court’s reinterpretation of the law of nuisance could lead to more private actions over noise, odour, dust or vibration.
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 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 UK government is pushing ahead with with judicial review reforms that could see a reduction in costly development delays. A specialist planning court…
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
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