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Room with a View - Restrictive covenants and lessons for developers

United Kingdom - January 8 2021 On the other, a benefiting landowner is trying to protect themselves and enjoy their own land ownership, unimpeded by what their neighbour might want…

Mines and minerals: does it matter if they’re 'excepted' or 'reserved'?

United Kingdom - August 3 2020 The court has again considered trespass to minerals on a residential development. In ARC Aggregates Ltd v Branston Properties Ltd [2020] EWHC 1976…

Steven Kay

Room with a View - The case for overage

United Kingdom - November 20 2019 Imposing some sort of overage or clawback provisions into a sale agreement remains a popular device with landowners. Many commercial agents (and a…

Room with a View - The meaning of ‘intention’ in commercial lease renewal proceedings

United Kingdom - January 7 2019 A tenant occupying premises for business purposes will (in general terms) be entitled, on expiry of its lease, to stay in the premises or to apply…

What happens when an operator won’t comply with branding requirements?

United Kingdom - July 18 2018 For once, not the refrain of a (small) child, but rather the stance of the tenants of a chain of hotels operating under the ‘Hilton’ brand. The…