- Supreme Court decides on COVID-19 business interruption coverage—what does this mean for real estate?
- Supreme Court allows FCA’s appeal
- Disease clauses
- Prevention of access/hybrid clauses
Property analysis: Last week the Supreme Court delivered its eagerly anticipated appeal ruling in the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) business interruption test case, finding substantially in favour of the FCA and in turn, policyholders. Christopher Somorjay and Lydia Savill, counsel at Hogan Lovells, consider how the judgment will impact upon landlords and tenants.
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