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SerleSpeak No.23 - Property

SerleSpeak no.23 focuses on topics in law of Property. This edition begins with Christopher Stoner QC considering the Supreme Court's expansive approach to the law of easements in the Regency Villas case. Andrew Francis in his article draws attention to recent trends on applications to modify or discharge restrictive covenants. Thomas Braithwaite then considers the Supreme Court's approach to the service of notices in the UKI (Kingsway) Ltd v Westminster CC. Jonathan Fowles discusses the decision of the Court of Appeal in Antoine v Barclays Bank on rectification of the Land Register and fraudulently obtained court orders. Finally, Amy Proferes analyses the decision of the Supreme Court in Franses v Cavendish Hotel on the renewal of business tenancies under the 1954 Act.

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