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Government proposes sweeping changes to tenant evictions
New consultation on proposals to end “no fault’ evictions under Section 21 of the 1988 Housing Act.
EMA Canary Wharf Case Judgment
James Souter comments on the Judgment in the EMA Canary Wharf Case.
Q&A: Who pays for fire-safe cladding?
Louise Clark and David Peachey look at who should pay for fire-safe cladding and when a rolling contract becomes a QLTA.
Tate Modern privacy case judgment
Today saw the much awaited judgment in the Tate Modern privacy case handed down by the High Court.
Beyond One Step: negotiating the right outcome
We consider what an important Supreme Court decision means for assessing damages in cases of rights to light and restrictive covenants.
A call to access?
Access on to land to facilitate telecoms work can be problematic. Is there a better way?
The new Electronic Communications Code – A year on
The new Electronic Communications Code will soon have been in force for a year and therefore the implications are starting to become clear.
A fixed and settled intention to obtain vacant possession
Georgina Redsell address recent case law in relation to vacant possession