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December 2012

This month we take a look at the interesting costs issues thrown up by the case of Jolly v Harsco Infrastructure Service Ltd.  We also delve into the extent a local authority can rely on its own breach of duty to escape its contractual obligations in the case of Charles Terrence  Estates Ltd v Cornwall County Council.   

We also consider the case of Birmingham City Council v Neil Ashton, which provides guidance on the weight to be attached to s.85A(2) Housing Act 1985 when a suspended possession order is being sought following incidents of anti social behaviour.  Lastly, the case of Ayannuga v Swindells provides the next instalment in the dispute between landlords and tenants in respect of Tenancy Deposit Schemes.

The Round-up 2012