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The sequel to Monk

Two years ago the Supreme Court (in the case of Monk1) specified how to assess the rateable value of a commercial real estate asset in the UK for...

13th Jun 2019 Read more

Landowners: What is overage?

The use of overage agreements is now widespread and it is easy to understand why. After all, who wouldn’t want to create the chance of some...

12th Jun 2019 Read more

Implied Easement - Landmark Case

The Upper Tribunal decided in the recent case of Taurusbuilt Limited and Others v McQue and another (2019) UKUP 81 (LC), an easement can be implied...

11th Jun 2019 Read more

Home is where the POCA fine is

Expensive rent, lease lengths that prevent flexibility for tenants, onerous repairing obligations and the risk of weighty dilapidations claims, can...

11th Jun 2019 Read more

M4 relief road refused

Today’s entry reports on the decision on the M4 corridor around Newport project. It’s not a Development Consent Order project because the thresholds...

7th Jun 2019 Read more

When is time of the essence?

Where a lease specifies a date for compliance with an obligation such as the date for service of a break notice or for triggering a rent review, it...

7th Jun 2019 Read more