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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...

Planning Exemptions Carry Full WeightSeptember 1, 2016

A recent decision involving development proposals in the Green Belt will be of interest to those considering making planning applications over Green Belt land. It involved...

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