A round-up of some key legal developments in England and Wales for the real estate sector.
In this edition we take a look at a business lease in the Supreme Court, restrictive covenants and development, procurement rules and changes to the Electronic Communications Code.
Tenants occupying premises for the purpose of their business are entitled to seek a new lease on the termination of their current lease under the Landlord and...
It is not unusual for an investigation of title to land intended for development to disclose restrictive covenants of one type or another.
The Electronic Communications Code 2017 has not yet had its first birthday but the government is already intent on changing it.
In broad terms the object of EU procurement rules is to ensure that public bodies award certain contracts above a minimum value only after fair competition.
Global Arbitration Review
We have contributed to the chapter on the Grounds to Refuse Enforcement of New York Convention arbitration awards in the second edition of GAR’s The Guide to Challenging and Enforcing Arbitration Awards.
Construction working hours re-extended as COVID-19 measure: Weekend working hours revert to pandemic settings
The permitted construction working hours in New South Wales have been changed again to allow building work and demolition work on Saturdays between 7am and 5pm, and specified works on a Sunday between the hours of 9am and 5pm.