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What constitutes actual occupation?

United Kingdom - May 19 2010 In Link Lending Ltd v Hussein and another, the Court of Appeal considered what constitutes actual occupation so as to defeat an application for a possession order.

Ian Weatherall, Richard Ellison.

Ostensible authority times two

United Kingdom - May 21 2009 Two cases relating to debentures have confirmed that ostensible authority is sufficient to debar a company from challenging the validity of a debenture and the powers vested in it.

Ian Weatherall, Richard Ellison.

The meaning of charge for credit

United Kingdom - July 21 2010 The Supreme Court has upheld a Court of Appeal decision that sums included in the charge for credit (a broker administration fee in this case) are not part of the credit itself.

Ian Weatherall, Richard Ellison.

Criteria for permitting late evidence

United Kingdom - May 23 2011 In deciding whether to permit late evidence to be adduced, the court must have regard to all factors to ensure the case is dealt with fairly in accordance with the overriding objectives of the CPR.

Ian Weatherall.

Charging order survives bankruptcy

United Kingdom - August 20 2009 The making of a bankruptcy order alone will not deprive a judgment creditor of a final charging order where it is obtained before the bankruptcy order is made.

Ian Weatherall, Richard Ellison.