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New Scottish 'licensing and public health' proposals largely unworkable, expert says

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Certainty for landlords as commercial property energy efficiency regulations receive parliamentary approval

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Judge allows hotel companies to reassign leases without losing benefit of associated guarantees

A High Court judge has approved arrangements allowing companies within the Hilton group to reassign leases between themselves without the landlord losing the benefit of a guarantee granted by the parent company. 20 Jan 2015

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