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FOCUS: A recent decision by Scotland's highest civil appeals court provides welcome clarification of what happens to a company's former property when it is struck off the register, and subsequently restored. 01 Oct 2015
Developers will be given a new right to appeal against the listing of buildings in Scotland from tomorrow, when fundamental changes to the management and protection of Scottish heritage sites come into force. 30 Sep 2015
The 2011 Energy Act required the government to set minimum energy performance standards for both domestic and non-domestic privately rented property.
Commercial and domestic property landlords of multi-let properties where heating, cooling or hot water is supplied to tenants through a district or communal heating network are now legally obliged to provide detailed information about those networks to a central...
Anti-competitive agreements are prohibited by European and domestic competition law. This means any anti-competitive provisions in commercial agreements are void and unenforceable which could lead to the entire agreement being unenforceable.
This guide relates to the law in England and Wales and was last updated in November 2013
A break clause is a provision in a lease which enables either the landlord or the tenant, or both, to end the lease early.
This guide was last updated in August 2012.
Hong Kong plans to "rejuvenate" its industrial estates to make them more attractive to modern and specialised forms of manufacturing, according to local media reports. 22 Sep 2015
Scotland's planning laws will be subject to a "root and branch review", with a particular emphasis on making the process quicker and more accessible for those planning new "high-quality housing developments", the first minister has announced. 03 Sep 2015
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