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Wayne Clark and Toby Boncey discuss issues to be aware of when settling 1954 Act proceedings [PODCAST]

Two Falcon Chambers barristers, ⁠Wayne Clark ⁠and ⁠Toby Boncey⁠, discuss potential issues that parties should consider before entering into a 1954 Act settlement agreement.


First prosecution under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 – what happened?

In what is believed to be the first prosecution brought under s. 10A, a local housing authority (the body tasked with prosecuting: s. 10A(4)) issued two summonses against my client. The alleged offences concerned the sale of a block of flats at auction.


Falcon Chambers retains top ranking in Chambers and Parters UK Bar Guide 2024

Falcon Chambers is delighted to retain its top ranking, Band 1, in the practice areas of Real Estate Litigation and Agriculture in the Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide 2024.


An article for EG asks whether overage agreements ever work

In their latest EG article, Guy Fetherstonhaugh KC and Oliver Radley-Gardner KC turn their focus on whether overage agreements ever work.


Judgment handed down in B&M Retail Ltd v HSBC Bank Pension Trust (UK) Ltd [2023]

On Tuesday 10 October, judgment was handed down by Miles J upon appeal in B&M Retail Ltd v HSBC Bank Pension Trust (UK) Ltd [2023] EWHC 2495 (Ch), upholding the decision of the trial judge to impose an immediate redevelopment break clause on a business ten