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    07/06/2024
    United Kingdom

    Success for site provider as Upper Tribunal confirms Paragraph 40(8) of the Code is not “Last Chance Saloon”

    In November 2023, we shared our thoughts on the First-Tier Tribunal (“FTT”) decision in On Tower UK Limited v Gravesham Borough Council, in which it was held that an operator could seek an order imposing a new Code agreement under Part 4 of the Electronic Communications Code even where it had failed to successfully renew its lease of the same site under Part 2 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. In a decision which will be welcomed by the site provider community, the Upper Tribunal (“UT”) has now reversed the FTT’s initial findings on appeal – see the full UT...
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    05/06/2024
    England and Wales

    Court scales back HS2 protest injunction as project partially abandoned

    The High Court has recently extended, in time if not geographical spread, an injunction order to protect the HS2 project from unlawful interference by anti-HS2 activists and other trespassers.  The decision is significant in two respects: (i) it addresses the question of how claims of this type ought to address changing circumstances; and (ii) it considers the question of whether these kinds of proceedings ought to continue on an ‘interim’ basis, or ought to be brought to a final determination.The order, which covers all HS2 land for phase 1 of the project, was first granted in...
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    30/05/2024
    England and Wales

    The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Act is here (just)

    Summary  The Government’s decision to call a snap election for 4 July caused immediate shockwaves throughout the country. A less obvious but, perhaps, more long-lasting consequence was that any outstanding Bills had to be passed before the dissolution of Parliament on 24 May.Faced with this sudden deadline, the Government had to decide which Bills to push through and which would be scrapped at the last moment. The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill, a cornerstone of the Government’s longstanding promise to improve home ownership for leaseholders, was one of the very last Bills...
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    21/05/2024
    England and Wales

    The Renters (Reform) Bill – Where are we now?

    The aim of the Renters (Reform) Bill was to strengthen tenants’ rights and protection in the private rented sector. At the same time, it was vital to ensure that the Bill recognises and safeguards private and institutional landlord’s interests since failing to do so could cause significant and widespread damage to the rental market. Since the Bill was first published a year ago, there has been ever-increasing criticism from renters claiming that it has been watered down to appease landlords and no longer lives up to its stated intention of creating a fairer private renters market.These...
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    17/05/2024
    England

    High Street Rental Auctions: the Government’s response

    Summary The Government has published its response following its consultation on the design of its High Street Rental Auction policy. This policy is designed to help local authorities combat the detrimental effects of long-term vacancies on the high street. This Law-Now highlights some key aspects of the Government’s response. The Government will over the coming months work with stakeholders to design and develop secondary legislation to give effect to the proposals. The Government anticipates that this legislation will come into force in mid-2024. Prior to then, the Government will release...
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    14/05/2024
    Hungría

    EU introduces criminal offences and penalties for sanctions violations

    Criminal offencesUnder the Directive, the following conduct constitutes a criminal offence when committed intentionally and in violation of restrictive measures or a national provision implementing restrictive measures:making funds or economic resources available directly or indirectly to, or for the benefit of, a designated person, entity or body;failing to freeze funds or economic resources belonging to or owned, held or controlled by a designated person, entity or body;enabling designated natural persons to enter into, or transit through, the territory of a EU member state;entering into or continuing...
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