For subscribers, the November 2020 issue of the CPI Update appears attached below, and deals with the following cases:
- Break rights and vacant possession - Capitol Park Leeds Plc v Global Radio Services Ltd.
- Repair of contaminated land - Pullman Foods Ltd v Welsh Ministers & BFS Group Ltd.
- Serving notices after death - Gateway Housing Association v Begum.
- Land registration and receivership - Ghai v Maymask (228) Ltd.
- Electronic Communications Code - Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd v University of The Arts London.
- Enforcing restrictive covenants - Bath Rugby Ltd v Greenwood & Ors.
There is also consideration of:
- COVID-19 update – business interruption and loss of rent insurance.
- A new energy efficiency consultation on MEES for residential property.
- An update on the government’s EPC Action Plan.
- Property insurance – a Treasury review of Pool Re.
- SDLT returns and the non-residents’ surcharge.
- Rights to light to solar panels?
- Rent deposits – the City of London Law Society form of rent deposit deed.
- Resumption of cancellations at the Land Registry.
Published on 2 November 2020.