19th August 2015
Nick Martyn, Senior Associate in the Real Estate Litigation team, reviews the Rossman v Crown Estate Commissioners  UKUT288 (LC) which offers guidance on the circumstances in which a new lease might be modified during the course of a tenant’s lease extension claim under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993.
Sophie Banks looks at a recent case where annual leave had not being taken and carried over, but entitled to the accumulative pay on termination
Andrew Knorpel looks at the trouble "alternative facts" can get you in when used in lieu of the truth
Property highlights following the Autumn Budget 2017