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Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
Today's entry reports on progress with the National Infrastructure Commission.
Travers Smith LLP
Landlords are responsible for the buildings they own.
Dentons
The CIL regime ushered in by the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 has brought more development within the scope of developer contributions.
Brodies LLP
The recent case of Breyer Group plc v RBK Engineering Limited considered the use of winding up petitions in construction contracts.
Goodman Derrick LLP
One question that is often asked, when a client ends up in adjudication, is do I have to run all of my defences in the adjudication? In the recent case of Mailbox (Birmingham) Limited v Galliford Try Building Limited...
Goodman Derrick LLP
New leases for seven years or more must be registered at the Land Registry, normally by the Tenant, and within 2 months of completion.
Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
The case first came to the attention of Islington Council when tenants of Green Live Limited in Holloway Road, North London, contacted the (Housing) Preventions and Options Team...
Dentons
In January 2017 the Dentons UK Real Estate practice formed a panel of three real estate experts comprising Nick Leslau, Chairman at Prestbury; Morgan Garfield, Managing Director at Ellandi LLP;
Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
Today's entry reports on a potential change to land access for nationally significant infrastructure projects.
Brodies LLP
From 30 November 2017, MLDTS will replace Limited Duration Tenancies (LDTs) and it will no longer be possible to create new LDTs.
Dentons
We reported earlier in the year on the Court of Appeal decision in the DLA Delivery case.
Brodies LLP
The new private residential tenancy regime introduced by the Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Act 2016 will come into force on 1 December 2017.
Brodies LLP
Sheriff McGowan's decision in Taylor Neilson Barratt v Spice Lounge Ltd considers what a pursuer must do to establish liability under the Occupiers' Liability Act 1960 and to what extent they will be liable...
Brodies LLP
The Land Reform Act 2016 contained a host of reforms relating to agricultural holdings. Whilst the Act was given Royal Assent on 22 April 2016, a number of the reforms have not yet been brought into force.
Brodies LLP
Socio-economics has always relevant to planning decisions, but it's given a fresh focus by the proposal by the Scottish Government to introduce an overarching duty for public authorities to...
Clyde & Co
Adjudication costs not recoverable under the Late Payments Act
Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
Today's entry reports on the latest status of three forthcoming National Policy Statements.
Clyde & Co
The dispute concerned a contract for the design and construction of a petroleum export terminal.
Clyde & Co
It is well established that a landlord can oppose renewal of a business lease if he demonstrates settled intention to demolish, reconstruct or carry out substantial construction works to the premises or a substantial part ...
Clyde & Co
Can a Landlord delay carrying out works but still be successful in a claim for damages for those works against a former tenant?
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Dentons
In January 2017 the Dentons UK Real Estate practice formed a panel of three real estate experts comprising Nick Leslau, Chairman at Prestbury; Morgan Garfield, Managing Director at Ellandi LLP;
Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
The case first came to the attention of Islington Council when tenants of Green Live Limited in Holloway Road, North London, contacted the (Housing) Preventions and Options Team...
Goodman Derrick LLP
The case of Clear Call Limited – v – Central London Investments Limited [2016] EWCA Civ 1231 [2017] provides further guidance of the application of the Ladd – v – Marshall...
Brodies LLP
The recent case of Breyer Group plc v RBK Engineering Limited considered the use of winding up petitions in construction contracts.
Goodman Derrick LLP
One question that is often asked, when a client ends up in adjudication, is do I have to run all of my defences in the adjudication? In the recent case of Mailbox (Birmingham) Limited v Galliford Try Building Limited...
Clyde & Co
Welcome to the August 2017 edition of the Real Estate Bulletin. In this edition we update you on recent decisions and legal developments affecting the property industry:
Goodman Derrick LLP
New leases for seven years or more must be registered at the Land Registry, normally by the Tenant, and within 2 months of completion.
Clyde & Co
The pressure to deliver much needed housing means that developers frequently wish to obtain modification or the release of restrictive covenants.
Brodies LLP
Sheriff McGowan's decision in Taylor Neilson Barratt v Spice Lounge Ltd considers what a pursuer must do to establish liability under the Occupiers' Liability Act 1960 and to what extent they will be liable...
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