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A recent High Court case on fairly common facts has thrown up tricky issues as to how established surveyor negligence and summary judgment principles should be applied.
The regime for determining jurisdiction in cross-border contract disputes has been improved, but it is crucial that contracts contain an exclusive jurisdiction clause.
Some 10 years after having received advice from the defendant the claimant learned that the advice had been negligent and had caused him loss.
British Gas will appeal against the Employment Tribunal’s decision that employers must take account of commission when calculating holiday pay.
Among the questions answered is: I would like to enforce a money judgment by taking control of goods. Are there any practical points of which I should be aware?
It is comforting to solicitors and their insurers that indemnity policies will not be seen as an easy target to cushion clients’ bad business decisions.
Case shows that courts are reluctant to imply terms into contracts that have been freely negotiated between sophisticated parties...
Top tips for dealing with lay litigants, and some interesting recent cases.
Also: £90k fine for nominated adviser; ’proper purpose’ for inspecting a register of members; and more.
Some interesting recent Technology and Construction Court cases that provide clarification on adjudication procedures and rules.
No need to aggregate redundancies.
Looking at barriers to the development of effective cross-border e-commerce in the EU.
Which? has lodged a super-complaint in relation to concerns about misleading and unclear pricing practices in the groceries sector.
New insolvency rules on hold download
The introduction of the new insolvency rules is now likely to be delayed until 2016.
Where a corporate lender agrees to release a debt, the lender will be entitled to a tax deduction, which can be used to reduce taxable profits.
If a winding up petition is made to court, any disposition of the company’s property, transfer of shares or alteration in the status of the company’s members is void, if not validated by the court.
Under the new provisions of the Deregulation Bill, a section 21 notice served on a tenant will be invalid where all of the criteria are met.
What is the effect of liquidation/bankruptcy and dissolution on the ability of a fixed-charge receiver to exercise the powers usually given to a receiver under the LPA or mortgage deed?
When a housing association sought possession against a tenant with severe mental health problems…...
The aim of the directive is to ensure that consumers who purchase a property are protected against the risks. It also introduces EU harmonisation requirements on lenders.