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Walker Morris
David Manda and Lewis Couth, Walker Morris' Real Estate Litigation specialists, explain recent High Court decisions concerning Covid-related rent arrears...
Goodman Derrick LLP
Goodman Derrick's specialist construction law team have provided a webinar to help those in the construction sector protect their positions and get paid for their work.
Gowling WLG
In the recent case of Balfour Beatty Regional Construction Ltd (BB) v Van Elle Ltd [2021], the question before the Technology and Construction Court was whether the sub-contract superseded any prior contractual relationship ...
K&L Gates
The Technology and Construction Court has recently handed down authoritative guidance on wasted costs and the characterization of damages arising out of termination of a contract.
Simon Burgess, Head of Alternative Investments, and Lynda O'Mahoney, Business Development Director, examine the major role Jersey will play in enabling GCC investment in UK commercial property post-Brexit and Covid-19.
These notes follow the #HardwickeBrew given by Hardwicke's Property Team on 31 March 2021 which looked at some issues which commonly arise in rights of way disputes.
Mayer Brown
In the exercise of its statutory duties, the Environment Agency provided comments, approval and consent to proposed diversion works for a culvert, including the design of the culvert and trash screen.
Mayer Brown
Earlier this year, the UK Government reconfirmed its intention to bring forward residential leasehold reforms following the Law Commission's recommendations last year.
Giambrone & Partners
Various regions in Italy have, for some time, promoted real estate schemes whereby declining villages offer houses in need of restoration at a price of one euro.
Gowling WLG
Following prolonged parliamentary ping-pong in relation to the Fire Safety Bill, with proposed amendments bouncing back and forth between the House of Commons and the House of Lords
Gowling WLG
Getting the design of retirement housing and care homes right is crucial to ensure a new development is equipped to meet the needs of the residents and becomes an integrated part of its local community.
Goodman Derrick LLP
This webinar will look at construction disputes from an English perspective.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Sudlows was engaged in 2017 by GSEL in a project to fit out and upgrade GSEL's specialist data centre located at East India Dock House in London.
Stevens & Bolton
The Code of Practice for commercial property relationships during the COVID-19 pandemic (the Code), which was launched by the government in June 2020...
Gowling WLG
Since the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and the early rent concession discussions, landlords and tenants have been grappling with providing for future pandemics.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
The development of new-build houses and selling these properties on a leasehold basis has been increasing over the last two decades. Under the lease, the landlord would retain the right...
Mayer Brown
There is just over a week left to participate in the Government's consultation on the withdrawal or replacement of the protections it has put in place to protect commercial tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Changes are often made to the partnership structure of a GP Practice, with partners joining and leaving various practices frequently, but little thought is often given to how the partnership...
Stevens & Bolton
The landlord of Westfield London has won an early victory in a case against their tenant TFS Stores Limited for payment of rental arrears dating back to April 2020, together with service charge.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
On 10 March 2021 the Government announced that existing protections for tenants on non-payment of rent and against landlords' use of forfeiture and CRAR (the ability to sell a tenant's ...
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