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Does demanding rent waive the right to forfeit? (was Lord Neuberger always right?)
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24 Jan 2022

Does demanding rent waive the right to forfeit? (was Lord Neuberger always right?)

Peter Petts considers whether a demand for rent should be treated with the same strictness as accepting rent when it comes to the right to forfeit a lease. As the former President of the Supreme Court and, more importantly, the former President of this august association, it may seem impertinent...

Make no mistake about it: Part 36 is compatible with the doctrine of mistake
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21 Jan 2022

Make no mistake about it: Part 36 is compatible with the doctrine of mistake

Proposed new NICE guidelines relating to self-harm
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21 Jan 2022

Proposed new NICE guidelines relating to self-harm

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Behind the Façade Series Freehold/Headlease issues – sale and purchase agreements including warranties and indemnities

Guarantors in commercial property transactions
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Gatehouse Chambers: new name and new premises

Gatehouse Chambers was formerly known as Hardwicke and has moved to 1 Lady Hale Gate, Gray’s Inn.   Read the reasons for our name change.

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