Recent cases have emphasised the need for consistency in planning decisions, and to be aware of relevant earlier decisions, as Amy Truman finds out
The protection afforded to pubs by being listed as ACVs and restrictive covenants limiting user can be circumvented in some circumstances, as Christopher Cant reports
Established 20 years ago, Professional Arbitration on Court Terms, or PACT, has only recently gained momentum, as Mark Shelton discusses
A landlord should look at reasonableness when deciding whether to replace or repair windows in a block. Vipul Kapoor outlines a recent case
Statutory demands requiring payment of a debt cannot be used where there is a genuinely disputed debt, as John Starr explains
Georgina Reeves reviews the key consultation proposals published in September, which are aimed at increasing the supply of new homes
Barbara Webb considers the increasing inclusion of non-standard provisions in institutional leases, reflecting corporate policies. How should the parties to the lease respond?