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Government publishes COVID-19 Code of Practice for Commercial Property Relationships

Key points from the new Code of Practice for the commercial property sector published by the government in response to COVID-19
22 June 2020

COVID-19: Ban on forfeiture of commercial leases for non-payment of rent

Commercial landlords and tenants will both be affected by the Coronavirus Act 2020, which bans the forfeiture of commercial leases for non-payment of rent
30 March 2020

Residential lease extensions: good news for landlords on calculation of lease premiums

With residential leasehold law in the spotlight, landlords should be aware of a recent court case which focused upon the method of calculating the premium payable for a residential lease extension.
15 February 2018

The new Electronic Communications Code came into force on 28 December 2017

Following the enactment of the Digital Economy Act 2017, the new Electronic Communications Code came into force on 28 December 2017.
05 January 2018

What should landowners expect from the Electronic Telecommunications Code?

Dispute Resolution Festive Forecast: today, we look at the new Electronic Telecommunications Code due to come into law in Spring 2017 and its effect on landowners.
07 December 2016

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Warranty & Indemnity insurance: a useful tool in real estate transactions

Warranty & Indemnity insurance has increased as a 'deal tool' for the disposal of real estate assets, with a growing number of real estate funds using it on every deal. This note explains more.
22 April 2015

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Insurance update - Reinstatement

Our March insurance briefing looks at reinstatement and considers the significant decision made in the insured's favour in the case of Western Trading v Great Lakes.
30 March 2015

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Guarantees and Indemnities: Gordon Ramsay bound by automatically generated signature

Gordon Ramsay has been held liable under a personal indemnity for rent on his London restaurant, York & Albany. Mr Ramsay sought a declaration that he was not bound because he had not signed it.
10 February 2015

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Real Estate Disputes Case Review 2014

Our review of the most significant real estate disputes cases of the last 12 months. 
18 December 2014

Lenders win the last round of the North East Property Buyers litigation

To the relief of mortgage lenders the Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed the appeal in Southern Pacific Mortgage Limited v Scott.
06 November 2014

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Property litigation caselaw update

Our property litigation caselaw update contains a synopsis of five recent cases impacting upon real estate and lender issues.
09 October 2014

Criminal squatters can still claim title to residential property

The High Court in Best v The Chief Land Registrar decided that did not prevent the squatter from applying to register title to a house acquired by adverse possession of more than 12 years. Why?
15 May 2014
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