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Submitting to an Expert’s Jurisdiction is a One Way StreetNovember 3, 2016

Contracts often provide for the appointment of independent experts to resolve any disputes arising, and voluntary submission to their jurisdiction is usually irrevocable. One building...

Landlord’s Subletting Ban Enforced by CourtOctober 20, 2016

Leases can vary enormously, and it takes a professional eye to understand their terms. In a recent case which underlines this point, a couple who...

Concurrent Delay Plea Failure Ends Saga SagaOctober 10, 2016

Concurrent delay is a common problem in construction contracts. It arises when a delay in one area of work causes a delay in another. The...

Landlord’s Liability for Uneven Surface Outside Scope of LeaseOctober 4, 2016

Landlords have a legal responsibility to keep the premises they let out in a safe condition to use. That responsibility is not unlimited, however, as...

Human Rights Law Not Effective in Avoiding Private Landlord EvictionSeptember 18, 2016

One of the well-established principles of the law relating to obtaining possession of residential property that applies in the case of a possession order sought...

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