STAYINformed – Commercial e-bulletin #6
May 15, 2020
Keeping you up-to-date with the latest news and legal issues from the commercial team at Exchange Chambers during the Covid-19 lockdown.
In this week’s roundup:
Possession Claims – the stay is here to stay! Arkin v Marshall & Anr  EWCA Civ 620
In this note, Brynmor Adams and Steven Fennell discuss the recent Court of Appeal judgment in Arkin v Marshall & Anr  EWCA Civ 620, handed down on 11 May 2020, and the practical significance of this for practitioners.
When is a contract of employment of a furloughed employee “adopted” by administrators? The Court of Appeal decision in Debenhams Retail Limited (in administration)
Following their earlier articles on furlough arrangements and administration, Lisa Linklater and Harriet Hartshorn consider the very recent Court of Appeal decision in Debenhams Retail Limited (in administration).
R. (on the application of the Governing Body of X) v Ofsted  EWCA Civ.594
Brynmor Adams and Katherine Traynor provide a note on the recent Court of Appeal case R. (on the application of the Governing Body of X) v Ofsted  EWCA Civ.594.
Property law video update: Planning reform after Covid-19, some lessons from history
In the fifth instalment of the Property law team’s video legal updates series, Peter Dixon looks at planning reform after the Covid-19 pandemic.
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