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Real Estate Gazette - Issue 23: Special Issue: DLA Piper's 1st European Real Estate Summit

We would like to welcome all our readers to this special issue of DLA Piper’s Real Estate Gazette, which presents material tied to the specialized topics under discussion at our first European Real Estate Summit, to be held...more

Real News – Winter Edition 2015/16

IN THIS EDITION - Ben Barrison reports on the long awaited Supreme Court’s decision in the case of Marks & Spencer plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company (Jersey) Limited (pg 03); We dedicate two...more

Money back - Guaranteed? Part III: No implied term in tenant break option

The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed an appeal by a tenant who contended that a term should be implied into its lease by which the tenant would be entitled to recoup 'overpaid' sums after exercising its break option....more

Real News - Spring 2015

Welcome to Real News! I’m pleased to introduce to you DLA Piper’s quarterly guide to key developments in English and Welsh real estate law. In this quarter’s edition: - Mark Beardwood looks at service charge...more

Real Estate Gazette - Issue 19 (Global)

In This Issue: - INTERNATIONAL: Key Issues For Real Estate In The Implementation Of The AIFMD Across Europe - ASIA: Understanding Four Key Changes To The Hong Kong REIT Code -...more

Money Back - Guaranteed? Part II - No Implied Term In Tenant Break Option

The Court of Appeal has overturned a decision of the High Court which implied a term into a lease by which a tenant could recoup "overpaid" sums after exercising its break option. The High Court's original decision did...more

5/15/2014  /  Appeals , Leases , UK
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