Our Spotlights and Commentary are concise, expert-authored updates giving you the information and guidance you need to address the practical impact of recent case law, legislation and practice developments
The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal made by AIB Group for compensation for both an error made by a law firm, plus all its other losses, following breach of trust in a remortgage transaction
In Westbrook Dolphin Square Ltd v Friends Life Ltd, we consider the validity of a scheme that was partly designed to facilitate an enfranchisement claim under the provisions of the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993.
The High Court has considered the circumstances in which possession proceedings commenced by a lender will be considered collateral to its powers.
Tindall Cobham 1 Ltd v Adda Hotels shows that it is possible to apply the principles of construction to save the valid elements of a covenant by pruning away the bad sections
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2014 Property Section membership, Russell Hewitson rounds up the latest residential property case law, on topics including flooding, Land Registry, tenancy deposits and Japanese Knotweed
The possibility that a trespasser can acquire title to land continues to present opportunities and risks for the trespasser and original title holder alike. Michael Poulsom examines the essential principles of and recent developments in this complex area
With the economy slowly recovering, the negotiating strengths of commercial landlords and tenants in lease renewal negotiations are changing. Nic Maunder Taylor provides a beginner’s guide to the issues for landlords, tenants, and their advisers
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Today’s £68m deal for prestigious London campus could be first of many, as Montagu Private Equity looks to raise cash.
Praise to Sir James Munby for taking the government to task over failing to provide the basics of a civilised justice system.
High Court cases multiply as time runs out to pursue ‘credit crunch’ claims.