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Out of the ordinary

1 February 2016

Emma Humphreys provides an overview of recent dilapidations rulings

With most of 2015 passing without any dilapidations cases, three - quite unusual - cases have emerged in recent months. The Creative Foundation v Dreamland Leisure Ltd & Ors [2015] EWHC 2556 (Ch) concerned part of a wall removed by the tenant which contained a mural painting by Banksy. The art had been applied without the consent of landlord or tenant and was estimated to be worth £300,000. The Creative Foundation had stepped into the shoes of the landlord and was seeking delivery up of the wall by way of an application for summary judgment.

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This article was written by Emma Humphreys.

Fore more information, please contact Emma on +44 (0)20 7203 5326 or emma.humphreys@crsblaw.com.