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Lexis®PSL Property Disputes monthly highlights—April 2017

Lexis®PSL Property Disputes monthly highlights—April 2017
Published on: 28 April 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Lexis®PSL Property Disputes monthly highlights—April 2017
  • In this issue:
  • Headlines (News updates & analysis)
  • Lexis PSL Property Highlights
  • Lexis PSL Property Disputes Weekly highlights
  • Housing and Planning Act 2016—which of the property provisions are in force?
  • Letter not sufficient to trigger buyback option (TCG Pubs Ltd (in administration) v Girdlers)
  • Electronic Communications Code
  • Boat mooring and adverse possession (Port of London Authority v Mendoza)
  • Principles of construction for boundaries and easements (Shaw v Grouby)
  • More...

Article summary

April 2017 highlights from the Lexis PSL Property Disputes team. This month’s highlights include an examination of which provisions of the Housing and Planning Act 2016 are in force; Letter not sufficient to trigger buyback option; Electronic Communications Code matters; Boat mooring and adverse possession; Principles of construction for boundaries and easements; Grant of easements to use sports facilities and garden, but not indoor recreational facilities; Clarification on form and service of service charge notices; Tenant to be given credit for third party contribution to repair costs; Last user not the only consideration in deciding whether a building was a 'house'; Timing irrelevant to recovery of freeholder’s enfranchisement valuation fee; Consideration of statutory provisions relating to succession of secure tenancies; Enforcing an equitable lien; Canal boats and the right to respect for the home; and DCLG consultation on banning of unfair letting agent fees. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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