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Riverside Park Ltd v NHS Property Services Limited is a must-read case. It provides guidance on a variety of issues associated with conditional breaks.
The Supreme Court has today unanimously upheld the Court of Appeal decision that where a tenant exercises a right to break a lease, no term should generally be implied that the landlord must reimburse…
In this case, the tenant purported to exercise a break clause which was conditional on the tenant giving vacant possession of the premises to the landlord on or before the break date.
In the recent case of Timothy Taylor Ltd v Mayfair House Corporation, a landlord was held liable to its tenant by carrying out refurbishment works to the upper floors of the building.
Inaccurate replies to CPSEs resulted in seller withdrawing just before completion and successfully claiming return of deposit and damages.
The Courts have reaffirmed the need to interpret contracts strictly where the natural meaning is clear. Recent cases like Arnold v Britton and others  UKSC 36, Friends Life Ltd v Siemens Hearing Instruments Ltd  EWCA Civ 382 and to some extent Marks and Spencer plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company (Jersey) Ltd and another  EWCA Civ 603 are testament to that.
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