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Property Disputes weekly highlights—14 June 2018

Property Disputes weekly highlights—14 June 2018
Published on: 14 June 2018
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Property Disputes weekly highlights—14 June 2018
  • In this issue:
  • Disputes and remedies
  • Affirming repudiatory breach—no right to rescind following bribery (Motortrak Ltd v FCA Australia PTY Ltd)
  • Court of Appeal considers ‘who is the winner?’ for costs purposes (Kupeli v Kibris)
  • Court of Appeal goes back to first principles in professional negligence claim against solicitors (Edwards v Hugh James Ford Simey)
  • Don’t lose sight of the forest for the trees—interpreting entire agreement clauses (NF Football Investments Limited v NFFC Group Holdings Limited)
  • Common intention constructive trust and proprietary estoppel—Dobson v Griffey
  • Proprietary estoppel—Gee v Gee and another
  • Court considers whether demised premises include airspace over property (Ralph Kline Limited v Metropolitan and County Holdings Limited)
  • More...

Article summary

This week’s edition of Property Disputes highlights includes: court decisions on rights to rescind repudiatory breaches following bribery, orders for costs in actions with multiple claimants, measures of loss in cases where negligence of solicitors hinders a claimant, the interpretation of entire agreement clauses, whether airspace is contained in a demise, whether a tribunal has discretion to alter restrictive covenants, the definition of substantial advantage in the context of restrictive covenants, and determining a qualifying long-term agreement; the appointment of a new Director General for housing, and progress on the Tenant Fees Bill through the House of Commons. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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