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Data Protection Newsletter

Welcome to our April 2019 edition of Pretty’s Data Protection Newsletter.  This month we look at: GDPR nearly a year on Monetary penalty notices Data protection ... more

Construct Newsletter March 2019

"Welcome to our 2019 edition of Prettys’ Construct: This month we are delighted to feature a guest article from Jason Fayers ... more

Property Newsletter - Issue 3

Welcome to the Spring 2019 edition of our Property Newsletter At Prettys, we understand the property market and the needs and ... more

Construct Newsletter February 2019

“Welcome to our February 2019 edition of Prettys’ Construct This month we look at: adjudication and insolvency; an update on retention reform; a round ... more

Construct Newsletter January 2019

“Welcome to our January 2019 edition of Prettys’ Construct This month we look at: adjudication enforcement following Gosvenor v Aygun; liquidated damages in ... more

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The Right to make a Racket

With the recent trends of more town centre conversions to residential use, as well as proposals for more new build schemes, issues over compatibility with existing neighbouring town centre activities that generate noise can be a concern, specifically in relation to existing pubs, nightclubs and music venues, which are often located in town and city centres.... more

Cautionary tale for investment landlords if a building has inherent defects

In Blue Manchester Ltd v North West Ground Rents Ltd [2019] EWHC 142 (TCC), the High Court upheld a tenant’s claim for specific performance against its landlord, requiring the landlord to repair an external glass façade in a tower block by replacing defective glazing panels.... more

Lockout agreements

In ordinary contract law, there can be ‘no agreement to agree’ binding on the parties. In order to address this, pre-contract agreements known as Lockout Agreements are sometimes used in commercial property transactions.... more

The New Structures and Buildings Capital Allowance

The Budget 2018 had some good news for our commercial property developer clients when it was announced that the government will introduce a new Structures and Buildings Allowance (‘SBA’) in the Finance Bill 2018-2019 once it has received royal assent. ... more

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