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November 2013

Welcome to the November issue of the Round-Up.

In this month’s edition Helen Turnbull discusses manorial rights in the recent Court of Appeal decision of Walker & Anor v Burton & Anor in which Lamb Chambers’ Simon Brilliant was the Land Registry Deputy Adjudicator at first instance.

Clive Blackwood alerts readers to the cost perils of unreasonably opting out of mediation highlighted by the case of PGFII SA v OMFS Company 1 Ltd.

Does section 49 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 set out the only circumstances in which a seller of goods can maintain an action for the price? Winston Jacob provides the answer to this question in his article on the Court of Appeal decision in Caterpillar (NI) Ltd v John Holt & Co (Liverpool) Ltd.

Finally Derek Kerr delivers distressing news for landlords.


The Round-up 2013