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Property ction review - June 2013

United Kingdom - June 20 2013 Section 49 of the Energy Act 2011, which is due to come into force on or before 1 April 2018, places an obligation on landlords not to let properties...

Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.


Enforceability of a verbal agreement

United Kingdom - March 21 2013 A contract for the sale or other disposition of an interest in land can only be made in writing and only by incorporating all the terms that the...

Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.


Canonical confirms the need for contractual certainty in the context of break clauses

United Kingdom - March 21 2013 Case law surrounding the operation of break clauses continues to develop rapidly, with the outlook at present not being too sunny for tenants...

Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.


Renewing business lease terms any good reason to change?

United Kingdom - March 21 2013 You might think that market traders would be used to getting things their own way, and that is probably true when it comes to selling things like...

Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.


“Rage, rage against the dying of the (right to) light”? The Law Commission Consultation 2013

United Kingdom - March 21 2013 With recent rights to light case law causing substantial headaches to developers and a current Law Commission consultation aimed at curtailing the...

Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.