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Who has jurisdiction and under what circumstances?

This paper deals with one of life’s big questions: “why are we here?”, albeit the “here” refers to one or more of the County Court, the First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber), and sometimes two of them at the same time.

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It’s not demanding to be noticed

In “It’s not demanding to be noticed” Martin Dray considers the recent Court of Appeal decision in Prempeh v Lakhany in relation to s.8 notices seeking possession.

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Kirby v. Baker & Metson Ltd [2020] EWHC 2640 (Ch) – Mr Justice Meade

On 7 October 2020 the High Court granted an appeal by an agricultural tenant, under s.69 of the Arbitration Act 1996, against the award of an arbitrator appointed under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986: in which the arbitrator had upheld the validity of a notice to quit served under Case B(b)(ii) of Schedule 3 to the 1986 Act. The High Court found that, on its proper construction, Case B paragraph (b)(ii) did not apply to a permission arising by way of the permitted development rights contained in the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015. Catherine Taskis acted for the successful appellant.

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Developing part of a multi-occupied building

Stephen Jourdan QC and Imogen Dodds outline a few thoughts on developing part of a multi-occupied building without derogating from grant, breaching the covenant for quiet enjoyment or committing a nuisance:

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