Whitehall Court London Ltd v Crown Estate Commissioners (CA): on whether the “no-Act rights” assumption, whereby rights conferred by the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 were disregarded when valuing the premium payable to purchase an extended lease, applied to an individual flat, or the entire building, for the purposes of calculating the apportionment of the premium between the head landlord and the freeholder. Click here for more information.
We are hosting a LIVE screening of England’s final World Cup group match against Belgium, with drinks beforehand on our rooftop terrace overlooking Buckingham Palace.
We have an exciting opportunity for an excellent legal administrator – ideally with experience in law as well as admin and/or marketing – to join our growing team.
On Thursday 28th June we will be hosting a LIVE screening of England v Belgium, the nation’s final group stage match at the World Cup 2018.
On Monday 21st May a cohort from Naylor, Solicitors took part in the London Legal Walk 2018, an annual charity event in aid of the London Legal Support Trust.
Every now and again, we turn our hand to a spot of table tennis in the thunderdrome. Here are a few action shots from our latest session:
We now offer services in non-contentious commercial property law, having recently appointed Sonia Tillison as Legal Director and Head of Commercial Property.
MPs including Helen Hayes, MP for Dulwich and West Norwood, have asked ministers not to make further court closures, following consultation in February 2018 on the closure of eight courts.
Secretary of State for Justice David Gauke told the House of Commons on 6 March 2018 that courts were only closed when the Government is satisfied that access to justice is maintained, but Ms Hayes contended that this was not the case in her constituency, where closures had seen constituents diverted to another court, described by lawyers as a “chaotic environment”.
Generator Developments Ltd v Lidl UK GmbH / Judgment Date: 08 March 2018: The Court of Appeal summarised the law applicable to equitable claims based on Pallant v Morgan  Ch. 43,  C.L.Y. 3571. A property development company, which had been negotiating a joint venture with a supermarket for the purchase of land, did not have an interest in the land under Pallant v Morgan principles when the supermarket had purchased it before the joint venture was finalised.
Giambrone & Law has failed in its challenge to a ruling that it was under a duty to warn property investors of the risks of investing in a part of Italy associated with organised crime. The Court of Appeal upheld Justice Foskett’s decision in July 2017 and the Supreme Court has now refused to hear a second appeal, saying “the application does not raise an arguable point of law”. Various Claimants v Giambrone and Law (A Firm)  EWCA Civ 1193;  P.N.L.R. 2 (CA (Civ Div)).