Condition 7.1.3 of the Standard Conditions of Sale (Fourth Edition) provides for the circumstances in which a buyer may rescind a contract for the sale of land and states:
“An error or omission only entitles the buyer to rescind the contract:
Where it results from fraud or recklessness,
or where it would be obliged, to his prejudice, to accept property differing substantially (in quantity, quality or tenure) from what the error or omission had led him to expect”
Philip Vickers, John-Paul Martin and Emma Hayward from Sloan Plumb Wood recently delivered a presentation on legal aspects of conducting business via the internet at a local forum for businesses in Peterborough.
The Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Act 2009 comes into force on 1 October 2011 in England and Wales (and 1 November 2011 in Scotland).
In November 2010, David Cameron commissioned an independent review of the UK’s Intellectual Property framework.
Following the launch of our blog service it may be of interest to regular readers of our newsletters to note that SPW will continue to issue regular newsletters.
The (not so) succinctly titled Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment) (England) Order 2001 (lets abbreviate it to GPD Amendment Order), comes into force in England on 1 October 2011.