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Andrew Walker of CMS Cameron McKenna Freelance

Property Week

Stories by this contributor.

  • Legal case round-up

    7 December 2001

    The transfer of statutory rights to acquire the freehold when selling a property and an insolvency dispute about a bank's fixed floating charges on a farm are tackled in this regular review of law cases

  • Legal case round-up

    13 October 2000

    Property Week's regular review of recent case law includes apparent arbitrator bias, the responsibilities of a guarantor after his death, and rights of way for delivery lorries in a retail park

  • Legal case round-up

    4 August 2000

    Property Week's regular review of recent case law includes why landlords and tenants should never rely on terms of contracts being implied.

  • Legal case round up

    26 May 2000

    Cases and judgments implementing the Landord and Tenant Act

  • Legal case round-up

    10 September 1999

    Andrew Walker analyses two cases that highlight changes to the Civil Procedure Rules, and one that confronts the issue of ownership. Meanwhile, Tim Dutton examines the implications of CPR on the companies register

  • Leases and VAT liability

    30 April 1999

    In this month's round-up of recent court decisions, Andrew Walker and Tim Dutton analyse the issues of surrender by operation of law, tenant-mix policies and VAT liability in land sales

  • Recovery and compensation

    5 March 1999

    This report analyses the issues arising from the recovery of money paid under a mistake, the compensation payable to a landlord following a disclaimer and the return of goods after termination of a lease Case 1: Recovery of money paid under a mistake Case 2: Compensation payable to a landlord on disclaimer of a lease Case 3: Return of goods after forfeiture of a lease

  • Timing and forfeiture

    5 February 1999

    In this month's round-up of recent court decisions, Andrew Walker and Tim Dutton analyse the issues of time-barred claims, relief from forfeiture and when time of the essence will be inferred. An update underlines the importance of clarity in drafting the terms of a lease to avoid future disputes


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