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Can a Water Undertaker Be Liable in Nuisance or Negligence to Property Owners?

United Kingdom - September 12 2017 In the recent case of Oldcorn v Southern Water Services Limited 2017 EWHC 62 (TCC), despite the fact that Southern Water was a statutory sewerage...

David Holland.

Use of CPO by the Environment Agency - How Compulsory Is It?

United Kingdom - September 12 2017 The Environment Agency will often need to access private land as part of its projects, including in relation to flood alleviation schemes. In line...

David Holland.

Lessons in Devising a Development Scheme to Avoid Granting a Renewal Lease

United Kingdom - July 20 2017 The High Court decision of S Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Limited, which was rendered at the end of June, illustrates how low the...

Hana Ghale, Alison Hardy.

Side Stepping Rent Obligations With Caution

United Kingdom - April 3 2017 The usefulness of side letters has long been recognised in a landlord and tenant context, particularly in the retail sector. They allow concessions...

Bethany G. Reid.

I Have Received a Dilapidations Schedule From My Landlord Now What?

United Kingdom - December 5 2016 Your landlord has served a schedule of dilapidations on you, but what should you be doing next? The effect of the schedule and what steps you need to...

Bethany G. Reid, Leanne Meredith, Kimberley Shepherd, Michelle Adams, David Holland, Alison Hardy, Helen Hoath.