Euan McSherry reviews a Scottish case where a business common sense construction triumphed in the interpretation of a terminal dilapidations claim ‘One can envisage that tenants will seek to rely on this judgment to argue that in dilapidations disputes, landlords will need to demonstrate that they have in fact suffered, or are genuinely going to …
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- Barclays Bank plc v HHY Luxembourg SARL  EWCA Civ 1248
- Co-operative Wholesale Society Ltd v National Westminster Bank plc  1 EGLR 97
- Grove Investments Ltd v Cape Building Products Ltd  Scot CSIH 43
- Rainy Sky SA v Kookmin Bank  EWHC 2624 (Comm);  EWCA Civ 582;  UKSC 50