Real Estate Litigation news
Proposed reform to rights to light welcome but unlikely to make it onto the statute books any time soon, says law firm Winckworth Sherwood
The Law Commission unexpectedly published last week (4 December) its long awaited recommendations on reform to the ancient rights to light regime, following its consultation in May 2013. But, according to law firm Winckworth Sherwood, the recommendations are unlikely to make it on to the statute books until after next year’s General Election.
Mon 08 Dec 2014
Law firm Winckworth Sherwood has strengthened its London Real Estate teams with the appointment of partner Richard Perkins, and senior solicitors Gemma Mills and Rafe Courage.
Wed 14 Mar 2012
WS successfully appealed a decision of the High Court on landlord’s consent yesterday. A Court of Appeal led by Lords Justice Carnwath and Etherton and Mr Justice Briggs found that a conditional contract requiring consent to be in the form of a tri-partite deed meant, on the plain reading of the document, any lesser consent was not binding.
Fri 03 Feb 2012
Law firm Winckworth Sherwood has announced that one of London’s leading property lawyers, Simon Livesey, is with effect from 1st April, joining the firm from Dawson’s
Fri 01 Apr 2011
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