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New statutory notice procedure among recommendations for reform of rights to light in England and Wales

Landowners that wish to enforce a right to light against neighbouring developments would be given a set period in which to take action if proposals for reform put forward by the Law Commission are taken forward. 04 Dec 2014

Supreme Court backs existing test for calculating 'equitable compensation'

Lenders can only be compensated for actual losses that stem from a breach of trust in commercial transactions, the Supreme Court has confirmed. 11 Nov 2014

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No leave to appeal Game rent on insolvency decision means certainty for landlords, says expert

The UK Supreme Court will not allow retailer Game to appeal a recent decision allowing landlords to recover rent from administrators that continued to operate the business as a going concern while a buyer was found. 05 Nov 2014

Supreme Court: 'sale and rent back' firm could not grant tenants proprietary rights over properties before sale completed

A firm that purchased properties in the north east of England on the condition that the previous owners would be entitled to remain in their homes indefinitely was not in a position to make such a promise, the UK's highest court has ruled. 23 Oct 2014

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