Property Patter: “Holiday” listening for surveyors: what (non-COVID) news is there so far in 2021?
Whilst there has been plenty going on with property law related to COVID-19, there are still lots of “normal” property cases to be aware of. In this podcast, Emma Humphreys, Laura Bushaway and Natalie Deuchar look at a few of the “business as usual” judgments which have been handed down so far this year. Take a listen if you want to learn more...
- Forfeiture: Faiz and others v. Burnley Borough Council  EWCA Civ 55
- Forfeiture: Keshwala and Sharma v. Bhalsod and Bhalsod  EWCA Civ 492
- Construction: Monsolar IQ Limited v. Woden Park Limited  EWCA Civ 961
- Construction: Arnold v. Britton  UKSC 36
- Mistake: Chartbrook Limited v. Persimmon Homes Limited  UKHL 38
- Break Clauses: Capitol Park Leeds Plc v. Global Radio Services Limited  EWCA Civ 995
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