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Landlord, Tennant and Property News

Court Aids Developer Who Exceeded Planning PermissionNovember 15, 2013

The High Court has come to the aid of a developer who exceeded his planning consent by building an extra storey on a block of...

Owners of Motorway Service Area Triumph in Valuation DisputeOctober 17, 2013

The oil company owner of a motorway service area has achieved a very significant reduction in its non-domestic rates after the Upper Tribunal (UT) accepted...

Mediation Failure Leads to Court DateOctober 14, 2013

When work carried out by a building contractor during a redevelopment project caused damage to the facade of the building being redeveloped, the owner sued...

Two Office Block Floors Form a Single HereditamentSeptember 24, 2013

In a decision of wide importance to property professionals, the Court of Appeal has ruled that two non-contiguous floors of a modern office block can...

Tenants Face Massive Repair BillSeptember 18, 2013

The former tenants of a prime location office block that was left in a state of severe dilapidation on the expiry of a full-repairing lease...

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