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Because of a history of litigation between a landlord and its tenants, the landlord was justified in refusing to grant the tenants a new business lease.
In a recent case, it was the tenant of certain floors and the car park in an office building where it paid service charge calculated by deducting the annual expenditure from the gross annual expenditure.
The Thames Tideway Tunnel, nicknamed London’s new ‘super-sewer’, received planning consent on 12 September 2014.
The court has stated that a tenant’s refusal to co-operate with the covenants under her lease would be reason enough to allow her landlord to oppose her request for a new tenancy.
The case of Parkwood Leisure Ltd v Laing O’Rourke Wales and West Ltd raised the idea that deeds of warranty could be construed as construction contracts.
Ensuring your rates of liquidated damages are a ‘genuine pre-estimate of loss’ is no longer enough to ensure that they will not later be held to be a penalty.
A global survey published by the Global Privacy Enforcement Network has found an alarming degree of data privacy failings among mobile apps.
When undertaking due diligence exercises in property purchases, a standard construction enquiry is usually raised of the seller to ask if there is a health and safety file.
This article focuses on the reforms affecting the generation of electricity, which is a regulated sector in the UK and the EU.
The Pensions Regulator’s financial support direction case against various companies in the Lehman Brothers group has settled.
A recent case involving two Arcadia pension schemes shows the court allowing a switch from RPI to CPI, for both past and future service.
The government wants to boost housing supply, revitalise the high street and make better use of existing buildings.
This briefing summarises some of the key information has to be disclosed by website operators.
Hot on the heels of the government’s response to consultation in July, we now have a draft Taxation of Pensions Bill.
This note provides a short summary of the two formal insolvent liquidation processes.
The High Court has handed down its first judgment addressing the question of what amounts to ‘serious harm’ in the context of the Defamation Act 2013.
The Health and Safety Executive has highlighted industrial disease in its industry sector plan for 2014–15.
The European Commission is carrying out a review of the Commercial Agents Directive.
The Bank of England has published new Clawback Rules setting out the standards that banks have to meet when setting variable remuneration for their staff.
The Mayor of London has launched London’s first long-term infrastructure plan that aims to deliver London’s infrastructure needs between now and 2050.