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If a limitation is to be attached to a planning permission, it must be by way of an express condition. A limitation cannot be inferred from the description of the development.
The dispute in Friends Life Management Services Ltd v A & A Express Building Ltd arose as a result of the exercise of a break right in a lease.
The High Court decision in Marks and Spencer plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company (Jersey) Ltd has now been overturned by the Court of Appeal.
When processing paper applications received on or after 30 June 2014, Land Registry will no longer require sight of original documents.
In Gallagher Homes v Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, the claimant’s sites for housing development were placed in the green belt in the local plan.
The Supreme Court has finally distinguished Beresford and given guidance on use ‘as of right’.
The Supreme Court has confirmed that Ms Bates van Winkelhof, a former member of Clyde & Co, is a ‘worker’ for the purposes of the Employment Rights Act.
If a worker is paid commission calculated on the basis of the sales that they make, that commission must also be included in the calculation of holiday pay.
John Hayes summarises the changes made and provides advice on the best approach to accommodate those changes.
Finance litigation briefing — May 2014: credit agreement conditional upon survival of supply agreement
In Durkin v DSG Retail Ltd, Durkin entered into a debtor-creditor-supplier agreement to fund the purchase of a computer.
Failing to mention the cost of PPI is a breach of the obligation to communicate with borrowers in a fair, clear and non-misleading way.
In In the matter of Black Ant Co Ltd (in Administration), two charge holders had advanced loans to two companies, which went into administration.
Unless it would be obviously apparent that a guarantor lacked mental capacity when entering into a guarantee, the guarantee is binding.
Anthony Thompson reviews the Budget measures and outlines the proposals for the taxation of gains made by non-residents disposing of UK residential property.
In a recent Technical Board of Appeal decision, the European Patent Office has shed some light upon the boundaries of the prohibition against double patenting.
The Royal Court in Jersey has ruled that a private trust company seeking to bring claims for breach of trust could not benefit from empêchement d’agir.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s brands team has prepared an analysis of the options available to brand owners in the fight against lookalikes.
The Taxation (Exchange of Information with Third Countries) (Amendment No. 7) (Jersey) Regulations 2013 came into force on 6 November 2013.
This case arose out of the divorce proceedings between Mrs Tchenguiz-Imerman and Mr Imerman.
The Royal Court of Guernsey was asked to consider the circumstances in which trustees could be personally liable to repay loans obtained in their capacity as a trustee.