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Is Security of Tenure Dead for Business Tenants?

Security of Tenure is Dead. Long Live Security of Tenure.

The High Court’s recent decision in S Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd... Read More

Modifications to Restrictive Covenants – Welcome News for Developers

Modifying Restrictive Covenants - Good News for Developers

Developers will welcome recent guidance on the modification of restrictive covenants.  In ... Read More

Supreme Court: Planning Permission Reasoning Must be Given

Sophie Harriman, Commercial Property Solicitor

The Supreme Court has ruled that in cases where planning permission is granted, reasons... Read More

Cambridge Property Awards 7 December 2017

Cambridge Property Awards 7 December Image Warren Gunn

Together with our co-sponsors, the Cambridge Building Society, Hill, Laragh, PEM and... Read More

Landlords may Choose to Replace or Repair

Good news for landlords.  A recent case has confirmed that a landlord may choose any... Read More

Treatment of Debts and Joint Home Ownership

Treatment of Debts and Joint Home Ownership

For the first time since 1898, the Court of Appeal has considered the equity of... Read More