- Property Disputes weekly highlights—25 April 2019
- In this issue:
- Residential tenancies
- Banning no-fault evictions in England—will it work?
- Mayor of London calls for registration system on short-term renting
- Electronic communications
- Mast on rural site raises questions over operators and site providers’ rights (Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd v Keast)
- Pre-existing apparatus under the new Electronic Communications Code (Evolution (Shinfield) LLP v BT)
- Business tenancies
- Landlord’s opposition to new leases justified on prospect of planning permission (Warwickshire Aviation Ltd v Littler Investments Ltd)
- Disputes and remedies
- Proprietary estoppel—Guest v Guest
- HM Courts and Tribunals Service seeks views on how to improve communications
- Additional Property Disputes updates this week
- Property highlights
- Dispute Resolution highlights
- FAQs for the Building (Amendment) Regulations 2018 published
- Mayor of London buys part of Edmonton hospital site for 200 new homes
- Additional news—daily and weekly news alerts
- Dates for your diary
- Useful information
This week’s edition of Property Disputes highlights includes: a review of the government’s recent proposals to end no-fault evictions, two decisions made under the new Electronic Communications Code and a case in which a landlord successfully opposed the grant of new business tenancies as it had the necessary intention to demolish the property.
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