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Tenants’ Improvements – Landlords Beware

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Many landlords seek to prevent tenants from altering the property by including provisions in the lease which prohibit alterations without their consent. However, landlords may not have as much protection as they might think.

Too poor to play?

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In recent press reports, developers have been accused of separating social housing tenants from wealthier home owners by preventing them from using play areas.

When a franchisee becomes insolvent

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Where an insolvent corporate franchisee is about to close its business, franchisors may look for a potential solution to try to retain goodwill in the brand in that particular territory...

People in glass houses – a right to privacy

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In a recent case (New Bankside Residents v Tate Gallery), the High Court had to decide whether residents of flats in Central London with floor to ceiling windows opposite the Tate Modern Gallery were entitled to a right of privacy from the Tate’s viewing gallery.

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