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Court of Appeal gives judgment in Covid rent arrears claims

United Kingdom - August 9 2022 The Court of Appeal (England & Wales) has handed down judgment in the hotly anticipated appeals of Bank of New York Mellon (International) Limited v…

Catherine Cross

Land rights and consents under the spotlight in net zero and energy security ambitions

United Kingdom - August 9 2022 The UK government has issued a call for evidence across Great Britain seeking views from network companies, landowners, land agents, planning…

Leonie Hall, Jackie McGuire

Success for landlord in first covid-related commercial rent arrears arbitration

United Kingdom - July 12 2022 In the first mandatory arbitration award in England & Wales under the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022 (CRCA), the tenant has failed to obtain…

Catherine Cross

Requesting consent to carry out alterations: Key considerations for occupiers (part 2)

United Kingdom - July 4 2022 In an earlier blog, which can be viewed here, we considered some basic principles to take into consideration when considering undertaking alterations…

Leonie Hall, Clare Kelly

Two Out of Three Ain't Bad: Supreme Court gives judgment in Telecoms Cases

United Kingdom - June 22 2022 The Supreme Court has today given judgment in two of the three cases involving issues in the Electronic Communications Code. The Code applies right…

Catherine Cross, Scott Logan, Donald Muir, Ruth Thomson