The High Court has settled a dispute about how a minority shareholding in two companies should be valued in accordance with their articles of association.
The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of a landlord who was in dispute with his local council over accommodation for students in two houses in multiple occupation (HMO).
The government has postponed its proposed increases in probate application fees because there won’t be time to introduce them before the coming election.
The government has announced new measures to speed up the development of derelict and unused land for new homes.
A finance company has succeeded in using its employment contracts to prevent competition from a former employee for a set period.
A father has won his appeal against a court order allowing his estranged wife to take their three children to live in Germany.
A developer has been granted planning permission for holiday lodges in a country park despite legal action by local objectors.
The recent changes to corporation tax loss relief could lead to more business failures, according to the insolvency specialists, R3.
A woman has lost her appeal against being removed as an executor of her father’s will following a dispute with her brother.
A landowner has succeeded in overturning a covenant that prevented the construction of more than one house on any plot of land in a residential area.