This recent decision provides some guidance as to the basis on which a purchaser may rescind an 'off-the-plan' contract.
In 2011 the City of Toronto (the "City") commenced review of its Official Plan (the "OP Review").
The Silver Book was FIDIC's response to market demands for greater risk security and cost and time certainty in construction projects.
The moratorium on alienation of Ukrainian farm land has long prevented meaningful foreign investment into the Ukrainian agricultural sector.
The Government has recently published legislation that will relax the rules on when planning permission is needed for change of use.
A discussion on the property specific provisions arising from the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 that received Royal Assent on 25 April 2013.
Later this year the legal process for authorising "nationally significant infrastructure projects" will celebrate its fifth birthday.
A report on the outcome of the consultation to review the highway and railway thresholds in the Planning Act 2008
At the end of 2011, after extensive public consultation, the
European Commission published its proposals for simplifying and
modernising the public procurement regime.
A discussion on the moves to reform judicial review time limits and challenges with those to cap liability for costs.
The much anticipated Government amendments to the permitted development regime were put before Parliament on 9 May 2013 proposing some significant changes to the use of buildings without requiring planning permission, although unsurprisingly not in quite as radical a format as originally envisaged.
A report on the recent annual conference of the National Infrastructure Planning Association.
The 'Green Deal' initiative came into force on 28 January 2013, in order to promote the energy efficiency of commercial and domestic properties in the UK.
In September 2012, the California State Legislature enacted SB 1186 in an effort to cut back on opportunistic litigation and encourage compliance with disability access laws.
FINRA issued Regulatory Notice 13-18 to provide guidance to firms on communications with the public concerning unlisted real estate investment programs, including unlisted REITs and unlisted direct participation programs that invest in real estate.
As a result of the decision in Lydon Millwright, contractors and subcontractor need to understand that executing monthly releases and waivers are not clerical tasks, and carelessly signing these documents can have serious ramifications.
Delaware corporations and other business entities have a limited opportunity to minimize and liquidate exposure to Delaware unclaimed property liability by enrolling in Delaware's Voluntary Disclosure Agreement Program.
A discussion on a recent decision which arose out of the losses to landlords and tenants from Superstorm Sandy, where the Civil Court of New York County found that a retail tenant of a lower Manhattan property was not entitled to a rent abatement from its landlord based on the tenant's loss of electricity following the storm.
A discussion on the legislative and judicial clarification of mortgage law in Illinois.
HUD is out with its most recent data concerning the number of discrimination complaints filed under our federal Fair Housing Act (FHA).