Briefcase - Quarterly Real Estate Update - June 2022

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Summary -

..Johnson –v- Spooner & Another – “Subject to contract” label not always conclusive.

..Milestar Limited –v- (1) Narendra Gandesha & (2) Homerton Holdings Limited – Can a tenant’s cross-claim defeat a landlord’s opposition to a lease renewal?

..Marshall –v- Northumberland & Durham Property Trust Limited – Upper Tribunal reiterates that service charge consultation dispensation applications are all about prejudice, even in urgent cases.

..Charles Davies-Gilbert –v- (1) Henry Goacher & (2) Steven Chester – Old restrictive covenants can, and do, bite.

CTIL –v- Compton Beauchamp Estates Limited; CTIL –v- Ashloch Ltd & AP Wireless II (UK) Ltd and On Tower UK Ltd –v- AP Wireless II (UK) Ltd – Supreme Court rules on rights of “in situ” Telecoms Code operators to seek new Code rights.

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