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Can a Claimant bring a second action arising out of the same cause of action as the first claim?
This point was considered recently by the High Court (Technology and Construction Court).
The Tenant Fees Act 2019
Landlords in the UK are facing further changes in legislation.
Q&A: Neighbours, noise and nuisance
Samuel Lear and Myriam Stacey (Landmark Chambers) consider questions raised by the Tate Modern viewing gallery case.
Business rates since 2017 – a lack of appeal
We take a look at Business rates, which are a tax on occupiers of non-residential property.
London developers embrace the benefits of building up
Our second Building Up event looked at how new techniques and developments in the construction of tall buildings.
Transforming the high street - important changes to permitted development rights
We summarise some of the key changes to those with property, or who are operating businesses, on the high street.
Is it the end of the road for residential leasehold?
With the form of tenure under attack from various quarters, can it survive?
Enforcing repair obligations during the lease
Recently we've seen two court decisions examine the option of requiring a party to perform its repair obligations during the lease.