For subscribers, the March 2020 issue of the CPI Update appears attached below, and deals with the following cases:
- Nuisance not available for the protection of privacy - Fearn v The Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery.
- Applying the Mannai test to defective statutory notices - Pease v Carter.
- Waiver of forfeiture by demanding rent - Faiz & Ors v Burnley Borough Council.
- Guarantee agreement not executed as a deed - Signature Living Hotel Ltd v Sulyok & Anor.
- Consents pursuant to restrictive covenants - Persimmon Homes Ltd v Country Weddings (Cardiff) Ltd.
There is also commentary on:
- The new RICS Code for Leasing Business Premises.
- Breaches of the Groceries Order by Tesco.
- Residential development consultation on first homes.
- The new Form TA6 and Japanese knotweed.
- Personal covenants and landlord covenants.
- An updated flood risk practice note.
- A new standard substation leases as a City of London Law Society specimen document.
- Form LL restriction certificates.
- A new address for opting to tax.
Published on 6 March 2020.