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Reacting To A CPO – What Do You Need To Do?
In the second of our series on compulsory purchase, we turn to what you should do if your property is at risk of compulsory acquisition.
UK
11 Oct 2019
2
CVAs – Retail's Flexible Friendship Continues
On 19 September 2019, Norris J handed down judgment in the challenge brought by six landlords against the Debenhams Retail Limited (Debenhams) company
UK
3 Oct 2019
3
Time To Weed Out Knotweed – Is Europe Leading The Way?
Are we overly cautious when dealing with Japanese knotweed? Are other countries more proportionate in their approach? And do we need a new risk assessment to better reflect the situation on the ground?
European Union
20 Sep 2019
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Publication Of A New Decree Aimed At Improving Energy Performance In Existing Buildings Used For Tertiary Sector Activities
Since 2010, French law has required that actions be undertaken to improve the energy efficiency of buildings dedicated to tertiary sector activities in order to optimize their energy performance.
France
5 Sep 2019
5
Back To Basics: What To Do When You Receive A Break Notice
In the current climate, all types of occupiers including occupiers of retail, office and warehouse space, will be considering their leasing requirements and looking to rationalise their property portfolios.
UK
15 Aug 2019
6
Opposing A Lease Renewal On Redevelopment Grounds – A Helpful Case For Landlords
Opposing a lease renewal on redevelopment grounds – a helpful case for landlords.
Belgium
9 Aug 2019
7
Section 21 Is Dead. Long Live Section 8!
The future of the UK rental market is emerging. The government wants views on its plans for removing the assured shorthold tenancy
UK
31 Jul 2019
8
Motive Matters … Can Land Owners Rely On Redevelopment Plans To Resist Code Rights?
It has been almost 18 months since the new Electronic Communications Code changed the legal landscape for telecoms operators and land owners.
UK
24 Jul 2019
9
Has Your Lease Been Validly Contracted Out Of The 1954 Act? Landlords Can Breathe A Sigh Of Relief
Earlier this month the High Court handed down its judgment in the case of TFS Stores Limited v The Designer Retail Outlet Centres (Mansfield) General Partner Limited
Belgium
15 Jul 2019
10
Game, Set And Match For Leasehold Housing And Ground Rents: Government Responds To Its Consultation On Leasehold Reform
Last week saw a volley of government announcements for the private rented sector and investors in leasehold residential property.
UK
11 Jul 2019
11
Sustainability – Where Are We Now?
What are the main sustainability issues currently affecting the real estate industry? And what are the practical implications – will they cause a change in behaviour?
UK
9 Jul 2019
12
Paint It Black - Bleak Picture For Hong Kong Decorators Slammed For Market Sharing And Price Fixing
In one of its first major rulings, Hong Kong's Competition Tribunal (the "Tribunal") has ruled against 10 decorating contractors for serious anti-competitive conduct
Hong Kong
17 Jun 2019
13
Rateable Value: The Supreme Court Departs From Reality
The Supreme Court has decided that a rateable value of ฃ370,000 should be entered into the ratings list for an office block in Blackpool despite ...
UK
7 Jun 2019
14
Health And Safety In Buildings: The Health And Safety File
With health and safety in buildings under increasing scrutiny, we look at the legal requirements for health and safety files and provide some top tips for commercial property transactions
UK
10 May 2019
15
Can A Landlord Forfeit A Long Lease?
Hogan Lovells recently represented the landlords in SHB Realisations Limited and GB Europe Management Services Limited v Cribbs Mall Nominee (1) Limited and Cribbs Mall Nominee (2) Limited
UK
1 May 2019
16
RIP The Fixed Term Residential Tenancy?
Landlords will have to provide a good reason to evict residential tenants from now on, the government announced on 15 April, in a proposed major reform of the private rental market.
UK
1 May 2019
17
What Happens When A Building Is Built To The Wrong Size? Confirmation From The Court Of Appeal
Earlier this year, we blogged on the High Court decision of Mears Limited v Costplan Services.
UK
30 Apr 2019
18
What Is Yours Is Ours, With Or Without Your Consent
In terms of the South African matrimonial property regime, all marriages are concluded in community of property.
South Africa
29 Apr 2019
19
Event Fees In Retirement Homes: The Next Step
More people each year are turning to specialist retirement homes.
UK
23 Apr 2019
20
MEES-ery For Landlords? – Six Key Changes To The Residential MEES Regulations
We previously blogged about the Government's public consultation on proposals to amend the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 (the "MEES Regulations").
Belgium
11 Apr 2019
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