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The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the rule concerning release of guarantors created by an 1878 case remains good law.
The Court of Appeal has confirmed some fundamental points in relation to liability for dilapidations (Sunlife Europe Ltd v Tiger Aspect Holdings Ltd).
The tenant has left behind a number of items. What next? Can the landlord simply chuck them out? In short, the answer is no.
An administrator who uses premises for the purpose of the administration must pay rent as an expense accruing on a daily basis.
In his Budget, the chancellor of the exchequer has announced a number of changes that will affect the SEIS, the EIS and VCT schemes.
The headline policy from this week’s Budget is that individuals will, from April 2015, have full flexibility in what they do with their DC pension pots.
From April 2015, anyone over 55 will be able to take their entire DC pension pot without any requirement to purchase an annuity or be subject to income drawdown.
An unsuccessful defendant is only liable for a percentage of the successful claimant’s costs where a claim was pursued but not followed through against other liable defendants.
Disability and reasonable adjustments: is EAT wrong to say no cut-off time limit for making a claim?
An EAT decision has muddied the water and requires employers to review their approach to the duty to make adjustments.
Last week, Nabarro partner Ciaran Carvalho took part in a lively MIPIM panel discussion chaired by Estates Gazette editor Damian Wild.
One of the recent MIPIM highlights for me was a panel discussion focused on how HS2 will deliver economic growth to northern cities.
Nabarro partner Martin McKervey discusses the public/private funding of Sheffield’s planned new retail quarter.
The new draft Community Infrastructure Levy (Amendment) Regulations 2014 were laid before Parliament on 20 January 2014.
The government announced on 3 September that it had introduced orders to make the appeal process faster ‘while ensuring the process remains fair’.
The Supreme Court has commented on the test for awarding damages instead of an injunction (Coventry v Lawrence  UKSC 13).
Manorial rights have been brought back into the minds of property owners by recent changes in the law.
The legacy of the global financial crisis is ever apparent, especially for those working in the real-estate finance sector.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 makes significant changes to the criminal cartel offence, coming into force on 1 April 2014.
The FCA has published its policy statement on the regulation of crowdfunding. This follows its consultation paper in October last year.
On 25 February, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published its updated code of practice on conducting privacy impact assessments.