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Don’t lose your way! 3 misunderstood aspects of the law of rights of way

United Kingdom - April 1 2021 A right of way is a form of easement. The dominant owner has the right over the land of the servient owner. A substantial interference with this…

John Clargo, Jamal Demachkie, John de Waal QC.

No forfeiture for rent arrears

United Kingdom - March 30 2020 As most businesses, landlords and property solicitors will now know, s.82 of the Coronavirus Act 2020 (“CA 2020”) means there can be no forfeiture…

Priya Gopal.

Insolvency Team - Recent Insolvency Case Update

United Kingdom - April 21 2021 Liquidator’s claim in misfeasance against former directors in relation to missing cash and underdeclared VAT required the taking of an account rather…

Lauren Godfrey, Rob Hammond, Aileen McErlean, Alaric Watson.

Is it a single dwelling? Determination of breach not required where shop converted to multiple flats in breach of lease

United Kingdom - January 18 2021 David Peachey was recently successful in Zash Properties Limited v Landau Medical Consultancy Limited (County Court, HHJ Johns QC), which dealt with…

I am making an application which needs to be made promptly under the CPR rules. What options are available to me if I cannot get the supporting evidence together due to Covid-19. Should I still file the application notice despite not having any supporting witness evidence?

United Kingdom - April 6 2020 There are a number of applications that the CPR requires to be made promptly, but much of the commentary below will be relevant to any circumstances…