Property Patter: What can the property world expect from Parliament and the courts in 2021?
In our first episode of Property Patter for 2021, Emma Humphreys and Laura Bushaway are joined by Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC and Toby Boncey of Falcon Chambers to look at what’s ahead in the world of property law during this year – including Parliament’s plans and coronavirus cases ranging from tenants challenging arrears claims to hotly contested disputes over the terms of renewal leases under the 1954 Act. There are also plenty of “business as usual” property disputes for discussion – including consideration of the clarity we might get on the Electronic Communications Code this year and the differing court views when it comes to parties’ conduct and injunctions.
- Canary Wharf (BP4) T1 Limited v. European Medicines Agency  EWHC 921
- Li Ching Wing v. Xuan Yi Xiong  HKDC 54
- Property Patter Podcast: commercial and residential tenancy arrears - where are we now? - 28 October 2020
- Property Patter Podcast: what now for business tenancy renewals under the 1954 Act? - 9 October 2020
- Need to Know: Dealing with 2020's December Quarter Day
- Emma Humphreys and Georgina Redsell write for Estates Gazette on lease renewals during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited v. University of the Arts London  UKUT 248
- Arqiva Services Limited v. AP Wireless II (UK) Limited  UKUT 195
- Alexander Devine Children’s Cancer Trust v. Housing Solutions Limited  UKSC 45
- On Tower UK Limited v. JH and FW Green Limited  UKUT 0348
- Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited v. Compton Beauchamp Estates Limited  EWCA Civ 1755
- Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited v. Ashloch Limited and Another  UKUT 338
- Coventry v. Lawrence  UKSC 50
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