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Sometimes a tenant wishes to occupy what are
currently two adjoining premises but to trade from them as one
unit. Where the tenant has two separate leases...
In the recent case of Astbury v Gist
Limited the Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") has examined
the question, raised by the Court of Appeal in Dacas...
The OFT consultation on relations between
supermarkets and their suppliers is closing shortly. The deadline
for you to voice your concerns and comments...
On April 7, 2005, the Constitutional Court ruled
that anyone realistically affected by a construction project has
the right to oppose it or express its...
Almost every day brings news of another major UK
hotel portfolio sale. Hotel operators, which for many years
have owned the bricks and mortar of their...
Everyone will recall the glamorous couple Michael
Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, more used to red carpets than
courtrooms, fighting for their privacy...
Technology and Construction Court,
His Honour Judge Peter Coulson QC
20 May 2005
In this case the court was asked to stay the
In the first case of its kind, the High Court has overturned an appeal heard in the Magistrates' Court against the service of a remediation notice under...
In March 2005, after a delay of several years, the government published a draft Bill for a new offence of Corporate Manslaughter. The consultation paper...
According to the July 2004 Government paper 'Animal
Welfare – Human Rights: protecting people from animal rights
extremists', a typical campaign by animal...
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