This month’s issue abounds with cautionary tales and reminders.
Lawrence Caun focuses on the Court of Appeal decision in the case ofFriends Life Limited v. Siemens Hearing Instruments Limited. The case again demonstrates the necessity for strict compliance with option conditions in break clauses.
Simon Brilliant has written an interesting piece that again reminds readers of the establishment of the unitary County Court.
Paul Emerson highlights the impending changes to the area of consumer protection law with the coming into force of The Consumer Contracts (Information Cancellation, and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 on 13th June 2014 .
Finally, Derek Kerr’s article poses the question whether holding over can create a tenancy? To find out the answer read his article on Erimus Housing Limited v Barclays Wealth Trustees (Jersey) Ltd & ors.