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I Thought It Was Over…But Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Yet another case which illustrates the potential cost of getting a break notice wrong. In this instance the court was asked to consider the validity of a notice served by an equitable assignee...
UK
6 Jun 2018
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Commodity Exchanges In Tanzania
The Tanzania Mercantile Exchange PLC (TMX) was set up in 2014 as a public private partnership between the Treasury Registrar ...
Tanzania
29 May 2018
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L'obligation de neutralité imposée au témoin expert
Lorsqu'un témoin expert est appelé à témoigner devant le Tribunal, il doit respecter ses obligations d'objectivité, d'impartialité et de rigueur.
Canada
22 May 2018
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Brief Note March 2018: Clarification On Amendments To The Land Act, 1999
In this month's Finance Briefing, we provide an update on our Brief Note of January 2018 (the Previous Updater) that focused on the amendments to the Land Act, 1999 ...
Tanzania
7 Mar 2018
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Rights Of Way Expanded?
The Court confirmed that in certain circumstances it is possible for an easement to be used in that manner.
UK
10 Jan 2018
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Network Rail Tied In Knots!
Japanese knotweed, an extremely invasive non-native plant, has long been a scourge on landowners.
UK
12 Sep 2017
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How Restrictive Is A Restrictive Covenant?
The pressure to deliver much needed housing means that developers frequently wish to obtain modification or the release of restrictive covenants.
UK
12 Sep 2017
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Enforceability Of Post-Termination Restrictive Covenants
Post-termination restrictive covenants preventing agronomists from soliciting or dealing with relevant customers is the subject of the recent case of Pickwell and Nicholls v Pro Cam Limited.
UK
9 Nov 2016
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Don't Be Shellfish When It Comes To The Sandbanks!
The Fishermen disputed that the private fishery extended to this area and argued that the Fishery had to establish that its right extended to the sandbanks before they joined to the foreshore.
UK
15 Aug 2016
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The Importance Of Being Diligent
In relation to each party's contribution, the Judge concluded that on the principles of equal trusteeship, each party must bear equal liability.
UK
15 Aug 2016
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A Licence Can End Up Being A Real Nuisance
Mrs Waring owned, maintained and paid the bills for a property which was occupied by her daughter, Ms Eacott, who did not pay any rent and had no formal agreement in place with her mother.
UK
15 Aug 2016
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Keys Are Not Key To Surrender
Padwick Properties Limited v Punj Lloyd Limited [2016] EWHC 502 (Ch) is a reminder that conduct of both the landlord and tenant are relevant to effect surrender by operation of law...
UK
11 Aug 2016
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Foster Poultry Farms: Concerns For Contaminated Products Insurers
On 9 October 2015, summary judgment was ordered against insurers in the coverage case of Foster Poultry Farms v Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's.
UK
22 Oct 2015
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Russia To Impose Grain Export Duty In 2015-16, Rising If Rouble Weakens
The Russian Federation's Minister of Agriculture, Alexandr Tkachov announced on 26 May 2015 that duty on exports of Russian grain will be imposed during the 2015-16 agricultural year, beginning 1 July.
Russian Federation
5 Jun 2015
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Launching Arbitration For Land Premium Disputes
On 24 July 2014, we issued a legal update on the Hong Kong Government’s proposed two-year Pilot Scheme for arbitration on land premium.
Hong Kong
15 Dec 2014
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Abandoning An Easement?
An easement is a right to cross or otherwise use someone else’s land for a specified purpose.
UK
23 Jul 2014
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The Rising Tide Of Flood Claims
In many policies, flood is not a defined term.
UK
28 Feb 2014
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Libyan Housing PPP
We have outlined in this update a summary of how a Public Private Partnership (PPP) might be structured in Libya for the delivery of new housing for rent.
Worldwide
7 May 2013
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Town And Village Greens: Recreation Grounds And Playing Fields Not Out Of Bounds!
Good news for developers and landowners, particularly local authorities, following a recent high profile decision.
UK
14 Dec 2012
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Changes To The Law On Wheel Clamping In England And Wales
Prior to 1 October 2012, any vehicle parked on private land could be clamped and towed away by request of the landowner.
UK
12 Dec 2012
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