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Gowling WLG | United Kingdom | 22 Mar 2011

Landlord and tenant abuse of dominant position on lease renewal

It is not an abuse of a dominant position to propose - in the course of negotiations - prices which may be excessive.

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Bird & Bird | United Kingdom | 13 Dec 2010

'Any' breach does not always mean 'any' breach: debenhams finds out why

What's a working definition of a contract nightmare?

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Howes Percival LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Oct 2010

Warning to check lease history

Commercial sellers need to be particularly careful when purporting to sell property with vacant possession.

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McDermott Will & Emery | United Kingdom | 3 Aug 2010

Dominion Corporate Trustees LTD v Debenhams Properties LTD: termination, time of the essence and repudiatory breach

A recent decision before the High Court of England and Wales has held that the late payment of a reverse premium by Dominion (as landlord) to Debenhams (the UK retailer, as tenant) did not constitute a repudiatory breach and so did not entitle Debenhams to terminate.

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