Fearn –v– Tate Modern judgment: Supreme Court confirms ‘visual intrusion’ constitutes a private nuisance
The Supreme Court has today extended the law by confirming that overlooking or ‘visual intrusion’ can give rise to a cause of action in private nuisance.
Being entrusted with distributing an estate and attending to the last wishes of a loved one can be daunting and knowing how to proceed can also be a minefield. If you are a personal representative who needs some assistance with a dispute which has arisen, or you have concerns about a personal representative administering an estate, we are here to help.
The new arbitration scheme for commercial lease arrears – the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022
Significant restrictions which applied to landlords’ ability to recover commercial rent arrears from tenants have now come to an end.However, it is important to note that the Act only affects a limited number of specific rent debts.
A frequent means of challenging the validity of a Will is to claim that the person who gave instructions for the Will, known as “the testator”, did not have the required level of mental capacity, known as “testamentary capacity”.
The Bill came into force on 26 June 2020 and became the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020.
On 20 May 2020, the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill was introduced to Parliament. The aim of this Bill is to protect viable businesses from collapse during the COVID-19 outbreak.