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Wallis Fashion Group Limited -v- General Accident
Life Assurance Limited
Since the passing of the Landlord and Tenant
(Covenants) Act 1995 we have been...
Catherine Montgomery gives an update on rating values in the
Non domestic rates are a tax on the use and
occupation of business premises...
Re. Maxwell Fleet and Facilities Management Limited (No
2) - 20th January 2000
In this case, there was an application to determine
an issue arising...
In Irving v Penguin Books Ltd and another (unreported,
QBD, 11.4.00) the author and historian David Irving lost his libel
action against Penguin Books...
The question of whether a term or programme
forms part of the contract is a dispute under the contract, and an
adjudicator has jurisdiction to decide...
The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 was passed into
law on 11th November 1999. However, it does not take general effect
until 11th May 2000....
The results from a Government-commissioned research project into
the need for setting up specialist environmental courts in England
and Wales have been...
The Court may enforce provisions in a contract
ordering the party referring a dispute to adjudication to bear all
costs and expenses relating to it....
Mrs Richardson failed in a claim for damages for
personal injuries suffered when she became pregnant after the teat
of a condom broke off during intercourse...
The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999
was passed into law on 11th November 1999. However, it does not
take general effect until 11th May 2000....
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