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14 June 2022 A new era for NHS estates?

With the now well-rehearsed lessons learnt through covid on collaboration, and new thinking on how and where care is provided, there is a new focus on the estate and with the strengthening of the estates specialists workforce, the stage is set for the NHS estate to take a leading role in achieving the ambitions for patient centred care.

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1 April 2022 Real estate quarterly update – January to March 2022

Read more about our latest real estate update aimed at in-house lawyers practising in the property and real estate sector.

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1 April 2022 Ventgrove Ltd v Kuehne Nagel Ltd 2021 CSOH 129

A tenant in Scotland had validly exercised a break option even though it failed to pay VAT on the break premium.

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1 April 2022 Brooke Homes (Bicester) Ltd v Portfolio Property Partners Ltd & Others [2021] EWHC 3015 (Ch)

The court provides some useful guidance on the different types of endeavours obligations and good faith clauses.

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1 April 2022 W (No.3) GP (Nominee A ) Ltd and another v J D Sports Fashion Plc (Nottingham County Court, 22 October 2021)

The County Court refuses the landlord’s request to include a turnover rent in a statutory lease renewal.

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1 April 2022 SPS Groundworks & Building Ltd v Mahil [2022] EWHC 371 (QB)

A seller failed on an auction sale to comply with its common law duty to disclose an overage obligation affecting the property.

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NFTs and Smart Contracts - an in-house lawyers perspective

Smart contracts and the technology underpinning NFTs are here to stay, and like it or not, if you do any sort of contract law, then you’re going to have to learn at least something about Smart Contracts and NFTs.

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15 February 2022 Levelling Up, Evictions, and the Implications for Property Professionals

The Government’s much-publicised ‘levelling-up’ programme brings with it a number of changes and challenges for property professionals which, without careful preparation, could see a steep rise in allegations and claims for professional negligence.

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Levelling up white paper strategic briefing

The levelling up white paper sets out a set of 12 priority ‘missions’ to be pursued by national and local government in the years to come. With measures covering regeneration, communities, connectivity, education, R&D, employment, and health.

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5 January 2022 Kensquare Ltd v Boakye [2021] EWCA Civ 1725

Time was of the essence for the purposes of a landlord’s notice to increase a tenant’s interim service charge contribution.

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