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Court of Appeal holds business rates payable despite property guardian scheme

United Kingdom - January 8 2021 The Court of Appeal has overturned a decision by the Upper Tribunal and confirmed that a property guardianship scheme did not mitigate liability for…

Richard Symonds.

Being overlooked is not a nuisance

United Kingdom - March 5 2020 In a case concerning the viewing gallery at the Tate Modern, the Court of Appeal has held that being overlooked may be an invasion of privacy, but it…

Ellie Sandbach.

Section 8 notice valid despite typographical error

United Kingdom - February 19 2020 The Court of Appeal has confirmed the validity of a section 8 notice which contained an inaccurate date for commencement of possession proceedings…

Georgina Kenny.

More regulation for private rented sector landlords - electrical safety checks

United Kingdom - February 12 2020 The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020 will bring long-awaited safety checks into effect from 1 June…

Simon Foster.

Buyer of residential building takes free of management order not showing on the register

United Kingdom - January 31 2020 The Upper Tribunal has held that, on registration, a buyer of property for valuable consideration took free of an order appointing a manager made…

David Perry.