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In a property dispute, an "all reasonable endeavours" obligation extended to making a new planning application or appealing a planning decision.
16 May 2016
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … ndeavours-considered-by-Court-of-Appeal.aspx
An oral contract under which an estate agent was to find a purchaser for a property developer's property was incomplete where the parties had failed to specify the event which would trigger the agent's entitlement to commission.
13 December 2016
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … -of-a-term-where-contract-is-incomplete.aspx
A termination provision in a side letter, which had the effect of entitling a lessor to increased rental payments in the event of any breach by the tenant, was held to be an unenforceable penalty.
26 April 2017
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … eable-penalty-between-lessor-and-tenant.aspx
Looking for a bite-sized guide to the key property litigation cases for landlords and tenants in 2009? You've come to the right place. Disputes on break notices, outsourcing, business tenancies, rights to light, service charges, negligent surveyors…w Looking for a bite-sized guide to the key
10 March 2010
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … on-Cases-for-Landlords-and-Tenants-2009.aspx
In Howard-Jones v Tate [2011] EWCA Civ 1330, 24 November 2011 the Court of Appeal has considered the remedies available following a repudiatory breach of contract. In Howard-Jones v Tate [2011] EWCA Civ 1330, 24 November 2011 the Court of Appeal has considered the remedies available following a
30 January 2012
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … edies-for-repudiatory-breach-considered.aspx
Arnold v Britton & ors [2015] UKSC 36, 10 June 2015. For businesses and lawyers, a new test set out by the Supreme Court will help inform when one can stray from the literal words of a contract Arnold v Britton & ors [2015] UKSC 36, 10 June 2015. For businesses and lawyers, a new test set out by
06 July 2015
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … n-can-you-stray-from-the-strict-wording.aspx
A property company did not have the right to terminate a development contract even though the development company had failed to meet target dates for completion.
09 July 2013
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … aches-and-ability-to-terminate-contract.aspx
In Greenclose Ltd v National Westminster Bank plc [2014] EWHC 1156 (Ch), 14 April 2014, the High Court found that the notice provisions in Section 12(a) of the 1992 ISDA Master Agreement are mandatory.
29 May 2014
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … erence-to-contractual-notice-provisions.aspx
"Opening shot" in negotiations: when does "without prejudice" protection apply?
30 September 2014
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … oes-without-prejudice--protection-apply.aspx
In Morris Homes (West Midlands) Ltd v Anthony Paul Keay & anr [2013] EWHC 923 (TCC), 18 April 2013, an aborted commercial development project was the subject matter of this application for leave to appeal an arbitration award under s69(3) Arbitration Act 1996 (the Act).
09 July 2013
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … rbitration-award-on-delayed-development.aspx


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