Briefings

Briefings - Gateley Plc

We publish a number of informative and topical newsletters based around our service and business areas. It is important to us that we continually share ideas, information and best practice with our clients and contacts so everyone can benefit from news on new law, comment on topical events, and information on upcoming issues which will have a bearing on you and your business activities.

The content of these publications is for general information only and does not constitute advice on any specific matter. While every effort has been made to ensure the content of these publications is accurate and up to date, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made as to their accuracy or completeness and they are not a substitute for legal advice. You should seek specific legal advice on any particular matter which is relevant to you. We will not be liable for any losses arising out of any reliance placed on any content of these publications by you, or any person informed of the contents.

Signing on someone else’s behalf…be wary!

It is generally well established that a contract must be signed by or on behalf...

Town and village greens – still a cause for concern

The law in relation to town and village greens was a hot topic, particularly a...

Pre-commencement conditions

In the Queen's Speech on 18 May 2016 we were promised a new Neighbourhood...

Planning policy: Whose word is final?

Planning decisions are often highly influenced by policy and often there are...

Mind the Gap

It is becoming increasingly common on development sites to find that there is a...

Market dominance or unfair competition?

Can a restrictive covenant that prevents the residential development of land...

Chip off! Preventing prescriptive rights

Phil Scully looks at the effects on developers of a judgment that the Court...

Off Plan Property

Gateley’s Dubai branch was recently involved in a dispute between a private...

Performance guarantees in the UAE

All major standard forms of construction contracts require the contractors or...