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December 2016

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Welcome to the December issue of the Round-Up!

This month John Ditchburn provides a synopsis of the Court of Appeals decision in

Wells v Devani [2016] EWCA Civ 1106 where the Court held that the implication of terms could not turn an incomplete estate agency agreement into a binding contract.

Joanna Kerr discusses the SDT’s approach to appeals and the SRA’s lack of power to restrict the engagement of consultants by Solicitors in relation to the case of  Solicitors Regulation Authority v Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal & Huseyin Arslan (Interested party) & Law Society (Intervening party) [2016] EWHC 2862 (Admin).

Elizabeth Dwomoh analyses the costly nature of omissions in relation to the case of Quilter v Hodson Developments Limited [2016] EWCA Civ 1125.

Finally Napier Miles considers the key points in the new legalisation of the Enterprise Act 2016 and the consequences of these.

The Round-up 2016