For subscribers, the November 2016 issue of the CPI Update appears attached below, and deals with the following cases:
- Registration gap problems on the sale of land - Stodday Land Limited and Ripway Properties Limited v Pye;
- Unreasonably refusing licence to assign - No.1 West India Quay (Resi.) Ltd v East Tower Apartments Ltd;
- Using restrictive covenants with overage - Bryant Homes Southern Ltd v Stein Management Ltd;
- Break rights and vacant possession - DCLG v South Essex College of F&HE;
- Serving section 26 requests after a superior lease break notice - Fast Drinks Ltd v Cetyl International Group Inc;
- Service charge consultation with sub-tenants - Leaseholders of Foundling Court v Camden LBC;
- Acquiescence in a breach of restrictive covenants - University of Chester, Re: Land at Sandy Lane.
In addition, there is coverage of:
- Registration gap problems for landlords and tenants.
- Annexation of covenants - who benefits from covenants?
- Insolvency – new Insolvency Rules commencing in 2017.
- VAT – new TOGC guidance for VAT group transactions.
- Registration of residential landlords in Wales.
- Adhering to the wording of standard form restrictions.
Published on 31 October 2016.