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Black Wednesday for M&S as it loses Supreme Court Battle…

The Supreme Court unanimously rules that, in the absence of express wording in the lease, Marks and Spencer is not entitled to an apportioned refund of rent and other charges after it had exercised a break clause in its lease … Continue reading

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Bad Bargain? Bad news! Says the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has ruled that tenants will not necessarily be saved from bad bargains even if service charge provisions require them to pay sums well in excess of the landlord's actual costs. Arnold v Britton and others [2015] UKSC … Continue reading

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