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The High Court recently ruled that the extent of a charity's charitable use of a landlord's empty building was relevant to whether the charity should be granted relief from business rates.
Development agreements can take many forms but, regardless of its specific purpose and legal form, a development agreement is likely to impose some obligations on the landowner.
Lorna Carter of Hewitsons has acted for the successful Claimants in the case of West and another v Ian Finlay & Associates (A Firm)  EWHC 868 (TCC) (16 April 2013).
A new High Sheriff of Northamptonshire has been installed at the Northampton Combined Courts Centre, with Hewitsons partner Dominic Hopkins declared as the Under Sheriff.
On 12 March 2013, the European Parliament plenary session adopted two legislative Resolutions on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) for consumers.
Hewitsons is delighted to have been appointed by the Government Procurement Service to a panel of legal advisers accredited to advise central and non central Government bodies in regard to, property and estates, general litigation and related legal matters.