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Pre-emption Rights Not Perpetual, Rules CourtJuly 18, 2013

When two plots of land changed hands in 1989, the vendor would not have expected that more than 20 years later an argument would arise...

Pre-Pack Owner Fails to Secure LeaseJuly 18, 2013

Insolvent tenants can be a major headache for landlords. For example, when a corporate tenant goes into administration, the landlord needs to obtain the consent of...

Facts Determine if Adjudicator’s Decision Must be RevisitedJuly 18, 2013

When the construction of a village hall did not proceed as planned, the commissioning town council and the builders fell into dispute over a number...

Right to Light Does Not Pass on ConveyanceJuly 18, 2013

Contrary to popular belief, there is no ‘right to light’ as such under English law, but where light has been enjoyed continuously and without interruption...

Eviction Disproportionate When Current Behaviour AcceptableJuly 15, 2013

When a council tenant is a significant nuisance to their neighbours, it is common for the council to seek possession of the tenant’s property. Where...

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