The changing economic climate means that arbitration is increasingly becoming a preferred method of dispute resolution in lease renewals, explains Pau
Magnus Hassett and Nikolas Ireland discuss Land Registry practice, leases, M&S’s failed appeal, insuring trees and the new capital allowance rule
The uncertain status of commercial tenants holding over the end of a lease has become somewhat more predictable following a Court of Appeal ruling, say Dan
Chris Holwell offers a crash course i
Developers can start to feel more confident; adjoining owners are becoming less likely to hold up development due to recent court decisions, says Robert Ke
Do we need legislation on rights to light? Warren Gordo
Magnus Hassett and Nikolas Ireland discuss whether an injunction is still the appropriate remedy for an interference with property rights, and how to
Landlords should ensure that rent accruing during an administrator's occupation is recovered as an expense to provide the highest rate of recovery poss
Commercial property developers will have to grapple with a number of changes in 2014, as the impact of the new pre-application consultation requirements an
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