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November 01 2019

Landlord reasonably withhold consent to a planning application on the grounds of increased enfranchisement risk

Overturning previous judgements of both the High Court and the Court of Appeal the Supreme Court has ruled that a landlord could use a qualified tenant covenant controlling the making of planning applications and use this alone to reasonably refuse consent to the making of a planning application the grant of planning permission to which (1) if impl

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THE SUPREME COURT RULES

October 02 2019

R (on the application of Miller) v The Prime Minister, Cherry and others v Advocate General for ScotlandBoris Johnson took quite a gamble when he deci

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