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Development work that restricts natural sunlight to property can in principle be a breach of a 'quiet enjoyment' covenant in a lease, even where no formal right to light exists, according to the county court. 17 Aug 2016
New data detailing the number of insolvencies in the construction industry highlights the need to move away from "price driven procurement models" in the sector, an expert has said. 29 Jul 2016
This guide relates to the law in England and Wales and was last updated in November 2013
This guide was last updated on September 2011.
This guide was last updated in September 2011.
This guide was last updated in August 2011.
The Court of Appeal has upheld an injunction over what was a relatively minor breach of a right to light, primarily because of the developer's poor conduct throughout the dispute. 12 Jul 2016
FOCUS: The Housing and Planning Act has now passed into law, but much of the detail on how the new provisions will operate and when they will take effect remains unknown until the related regulations and orders have been made. 15 Jun 2016
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