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Paris Smith LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 24 Nov 2016

Autumn Statement 2016 and Written Ministerial Statement on Improving Planning Performance

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, yesterday reiterated in the 2016 Autumn Statement that a new Housing White Paper will be being…
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Paris Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 23 Nov 2016

A Royal warning and the test for reasonableness

In the recent case of Bandara v British Broadcasting Corporation (2016) the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered an Employment Tribunal’s…
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Paris Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Nov 2016

Break clauses - How vacant do premises need to be?

Preconditions to break clauses within leases are interpreted strictly and depending upon the wording clause, minor (and seemingly trivial) breaches…
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Paris Smith LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 11 Nov 2016

Public Sector Land : Optimising opportunities

Optimising development and land disposal opportunities on and around Public Sector Land In this Blog I further reiterate the points I made in my…
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Paris Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 7 Nov 2016

Implementation of changes to Tier 2 visas

The most recent changes to Tier 2 visas have now been announced and will take effect from 24 November 2016. This is the first phase of changes to…
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Paris Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 1 Nov 2016

New immigration laws in force from 21 November 2016

The Secretary of State has (finally) made a second commencement order bringing into force more parts of the Immigration Act 2016. The key points for…
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Paris Smith LLP | USA | 25 Oct 2016

Is it a croissant? Is it a doughnut? No, it’s a Cronut!

On 30 September a New York pastry phenomenon landed in London. Baker Dominique Ansel has gained widespread fame amongst pastry aficionados for his…
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Paris Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Oct 2016

Who is using your land?

Where rights are exercised over the land of a third party for a period of 20 years without force, secrecy or the permission of the other landowner…
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Paris Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 21 Oct 2016

Planning permission about to expire?

Since 2005 the duration of detailed planning permissions (i.e. The period after which they lapse if not implemented) has been three years rather than…
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Paris Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 20 Oct 2016

Landlords’ duties to act reasonably

Covenants not to assign a lease without first obtaining landlord's consent are made subject to a qualification (by virtue of the Landlord and Tenant…
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