QuarterDay — Issue 95
Nabarro has released the September 2013 issue of QuarterDay, a publication focused on real-estate dispute resolution.
- Break notices: when ‘must’ means ‘maybe’
- Take it or leave it: recent guidance on removing tenant’s fixtures
- CRAR: distressing times just around the corner for landlords
- Adverse possession: when can a former tenant obtain ownership of land?
- Periodic tenancy or tenancy at will: the risks of not formally documenting a tenant’s occupation
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