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No planning, no party

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • August 3 2010

A planning authority considering an application for retention permission is entitled to have regard to its past decisions on the development

No checkpoints on the information superhighway?

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • European Union, Ireland
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  • December 6 2011

The Court of Justice of the European Union finds that ISPs cannot be forced to monitor their users in a decision of 24 November 2011

Equity will not act in vain (4th October 2010)

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • October 4 2010

A court will not make an order if compliance is impossible

Aircraft leasing dispute raises issue of the remedy of summary judgement for non-liquidated sums

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • October 30 2012

In Abbey International Finance Limited v. Point Ireland Helicopters Limited and Elitaliana S.p.A the High Court in Ireland (the “Court”) considered whether a plaintiff can seek summary judgement for non-liquidated sums such as delivery up of an aircraft on default and termination of an aircraft lease

English courts consider “unreasonably withheld” consent clause

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland, United Kingdom
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  • April 27 2012

In the recent case of Porton Capital Technology Funds v 3M UK Holdings Ltd & 3M Company 2011 EWHC 2895 (Comm), the English High Court considered the meaning of the commonly used phrase “subject to consent, consent not to be unreasonably withheld”

Clarifications and abnormally low tenders

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • European Union, Ireland, United Kingdom
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  • August 24 2012

A frequent issue is whether a public body can, or must, get clarification from a tenderer on aspects of its tender. In a recent case SAG (C-59910)1, the European Court of Justice was asked whether a contracting authority may or must seek clarification from a tenderer where the contracting authority is of the view that the tender submitted by a tenderer is abnormally low or imprecise or does not meet the technical specifications

Supreme Court sets aside judgment against co-borrowers named on facility letter and rules on duties owed by professional service providers

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • February 4 2014

The most surprising feature of this decision is the direction to set aside the judgment against Mr Lynch's wife, Eileen Lynch, and his children

Look to the substance

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • September 16 2010

A contract for the sale of land which has not been signed or exchanged may be enforced if a deposit has been paid over

ECJ confirms broad discretion of NRAs in setting spectrum fees

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • European Union
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  • April 3 2013

On 21 March 2013, following a request for a preliminary ruling from Belgium, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("ECJ") issued a judgment on

Technical specifications what if they exclude certain tenderers?

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • United Kingdom
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  • August 24 2012

A recent Scottish case considers complex issues that can arise in relation to the drafting of technical specifications