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In a recent Technology and Construction Court case the court enforced an adjudicator’s decision even though the adjudicator had clearly overlooked a document that would have reversed his decision.
The decision in Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd has been handed down, confirming that holiday pay must be calculated to include commission payments too.
On 27 February 2015, the Government passed new laws which will come into force on 1 October 2015, which are intended to simplify an IP’s record-keeping requirements.
Potentially serious consequences of post-completion changes to an acquired business.
The main focus of negotiations for the renewal of a lease tends to be the rent, term etc. The fixtures are not given much – if any – consideration.
Demystifying the new legislation.
An NHBC warranty and a collateral warranty provided by members of a construction team are not of equal value: they offer different types of protection.
No news is good news – or so we’re told. A recent Court of Appeal decision confirming no change in the law in relation to redevelopment is certainly good news for landlords and developers.
Yorkshire manufacturers are continuing to lead the way, once again putting in a stronger performance than any other region, according to research by insolvency trade body R3.
Auditors breathed a collective sigh of relief when the High Court upheld the standard disclaimer wording in audit reports under which auditors exclude liability to anyone other than the audited company.
Security documents, loan agreements, guarantees, deeds… in a finance transaction, these are usually all signed in one sitting, but they have subtly different signing formalities. A brief overview is set out below.
Business minister Jo Swinson announced proposed changes to “improve transparency in insolvency practitioner fees”.
The importance of engaging in alternative dispute resolution methods whenever possible and the costs consequences of failing to use ADR was recently illustrated at a High Court judgment.
How reasonable are you if, as a landlord, you refuse to allow your tenant to transfer (assign) its leasehold interest on the basis that you consider that your own interest in the property will be adversely affected?
Jeremy Clarkson has (allegedly) done it again. His notoriety reached new height this week following a ‘fracas’ with a producer at Top Gear, during which he reportedly punched a colleague.
Most people know that ‘ignorance of the law is no defence’. But could ignorance of a fraud which resulted in a breach of warranty offer any protection from liability?
After great anticipation the Supreme Court has handed down its judgment in Carlyle v RBS.
Is the writing finally on the wall for the controversial journalist?
The rules relating to chancel repair are changing.
Recent statements by mortgage lenders have stated that they ‘will not provide a mortgage on a property with Japanese knotweed within 30 metres of a boundary’.