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Obtaining an injunction to protect rights to light following the High Court decision in Heaney

United Kingdom - April 25 2013 Hkruk II (CHC) Limited v Marcus Alexander Heaney [2010] EWHC 2245 (Ch) is about a land owner who obtains an injunction against a developer to protect…

Gregory J. Barden.

Business rates relief on empty properties

United Kingdom - October 4 2013 The Rating (Empty Property) Act 2007 and the Non-Domestic Rating (Unoccupied Property) (England) Regulations 2008 provide for an initial three month…

David Broome.

Why some lease guarantees are not enforceable

USA - May 31 2010 Following the landmark decision of the High Court in Good Harvest Partnership LLP -v- Centaur Services Limited on 23 February 2010, any attempt by a landlord to insist that an existing surety of an outgoing tenant enters into an authorised guarantee agreement (AGA) to guarantee the incoming tenant's obligations under a post-1995 lease will be void and unenforceable, as will any other new guarantee of the incoming tenant given by the outgoing tenant's surety, even if entered into voluntarily.