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Perfecting an Imperfect Gift: Examining Pennington v Waine

The case of Pennington v Waine is infamous for introducing major uncertainty as to one of equity's most fundamental maxims: 'equity will not perfect an imperfect gift'. Regrettably, subsequent attempts by the courts to divert from this precedent and simply the law have just added to the confusion.

12:00, 4th September 2018
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The Battle for Survival: CVAs and their Impact on Landlords

CVAs are mechanisms agreed by companies and their creditors in order to stave off administration; they buy the company time to restructure their debt and business to survive. However, the effect of such arrangements on landlords can be damaging: they need to be aware of the risks.

12:00, 10th August 2018
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Cohabiting Property: Problems and Proposals for Rights of Cohabitees

With more and more couples opting to live together without first getting married, the law is having to try and adapt to this modified approach to cohabitation. It is, at present, failing - particularly where (as is common) the couple has not planned their property rights in the event of a break-up.

12:00, 7th August 2018
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‘Sex for Rent’ Arrangements: Why They Exist and How to Tackle Them

There has been a rise in so-called 'sex for rent' arrangements, whereby landlords offer discounted or free accommodation in return for sexual favours. Some worry that the law cannot tackle this problem. These are misplaced; the required provisions do already exist, but lack effective enforcement.

12:00, 22nd May 2018
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A Digital Future: The New Electronic Communications Code's Impact on Landowners

The government is aiming to enhance the UK's digital capacity. As part of this, it has introduced new rules that regulate interactions between landowners and telecommunications operators. These rules are more favourable to operators, which might actually undermine the success of government's plans.

12:00, 17th April 2018
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Teeing Off: Opening the Door to Easements for Sporting Facilities

Though sport's prominence in society is widely accepted, the legal world has been slow to catch up. Yet the times they are a changing: excitingly, last summer, the Court of Appeal accepted the public interest in accessing sporting facilities could trigger the recognition of an easement.

12:00, 6th March 2018
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Blurred Lines? Preserving the Distinction between Leases and Licences

Recent case law has left the distinction between leases and licences somewhat blurred; according to some, the concepts can no longer be considered disparate. However, if a non-conventional approach to defining 'property' is applied to the authorities, the lease-licence dichotomy can remain true.

12:00, 26th December 2017
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