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November 28th 2016

The case of Pineport Ltd v Grangeglen Ltd saw a commercial tenant, whose long lease had been forfeited by re-entry for non-payment of rent, entitled to relief from forfeiture despite the fact that it took the tenant fourteen months to apply to the court.

A recent Court of Appeal case has highlighted that agreements can be made verbally to vary contract or lease terms effectively. Susie Wynne in our commercial property team explains more.

Partner Susie Wynne discusses tresspassing for landowners. 

The government has finally published a response to the recent consultation which it carried out on major reform of the Electronic Communications Code, Partner Susie Wynne discusses. 

Whilst the probability of a riot in Cheltenham is hard to imagine, a number of ourclients have properties in London and other cities throughout the country, commercial property solicitor Alasdair Garbutt explains. 

When a landowner sells part of his land the common law is prepared to imply easements in favour of the seller and the buyer in certain circumstances, with the court usually favouring the buyer.

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