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Brexit does not frustrate EMA lease

United Kingdom, European Union - March 27 2019 The European Medicines Agency ('EMA') argued in the High Court that the UK's departure from the EU frustrates its 25-year lease of premises in Canary...

Residential lease extensions: good news for landlords on calculation of lease premiums

United Kingdom - February 15 2018 With residential leasehold law in the spotlight, landlords should be aware of a recent court case which focused upon the method of calculating the...

The new Electronic Communications Code came into force on 28 December 2017

United Kingdom - January 5 2018 Following the enactment of the Digital Economy Act 2017, the new Electronic Communications Code came into force on 28 December 2017. The Electronic...

Chris Preston.

Alternative dispute resolution: a failure to mediate can be very costly

United Kingdom - September 28 2017 Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) must always be considered. The case of Thakkar v. Patel 2017 highlights the strict penalties that could result...

David Benjamin.

Purchasers may have rights in unbuilt leasehold property

United Kingdom - June 2 2017 A number of buyers had entered into separate contracts to purchase leasehold flats in a student accommodation development. They paid the freeholder...

Andrew Eaton, Charlotte May.