Jennifer Meech comments on an appeal case where the developer waited until after construction was finished to apply for a restrictive covenant to be discharged.
Kate Andrews considers how the Supreme Court has expanded the law of easements in relation to leisure and amusement in a recent appeal decision.
Jennifer Meech looks at the case of Wild v Wild  EWHC 2197 (Ch) to help unravel ownership when profits are shared but property is not.
John de Waal QC offers a sneak peek into Hardwicke chambers’ new book on risk and negligence, by revealing tips on how to avoid risk in property transactions relating to overage.
Kate Andrews considers whether the case of Goldman Sachs International v Procession House Trustee Ltd is a shift away from the norm when construing break clauses.
Jennifer Meech outlines the facts of the recent high profile Dreamvar and P&P appeals
A recent Court of Appeal judgment suggests the difference between an easement to fence and a covenant to fence is actually very small, writes Jennifer Meech of Enterprise Chambers.
Sarah Dwight discusses the feudal origins of freehold and leasehold ownership and what the future of it may entail.
Landlords must comply with contractual pre-conditions before serving notice on a tenant.
Peter Reekie comments on Sparks v Biden  EWHC 1994 (Ch), in which the High Court intervened to settle a dispute between a seller and buyer.