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- Abrahall & Ors v Nottingham City Council & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 19, 2018,  EWCA Civ 796
1. In March 2011 Nottingham City Council, together with a company owned by it to which some of its employees had been transferred under TUPE, decided not to award so-called incremental pay increases to their employees over the following two years; and a similar decision, albeit affecting fewer employees, was made in 2013. Several hundred affected
- Halliburton Company v Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 19, 2018,  EWCA Civ 817
(1) Whether and to what extent an arbitrator may accept appointments in multiple references concerning the same or overlapping subject matter with only one common party without thereby giving rise to an appearance of bias. (2) Whether and to what extent he may do so without disclosure. 3. The second of those issues gives rise to the consideration o...
- Reedbase Ltd & Anor v Fattal & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 19, 2018,  EWCA Civ 840
1. The first two issues to be determined on this appeal are (1) whether the manner in which the landlord replaced the appellant tenants' terrace tiles satisfied the landlord's obligation to make good damage to the demised premises under the terms of the appellants' underlease; and (2) whether the trial judge, HHJ Hornby, erred in holding that the l...
- C (Children : Fact-Finding), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 18, 2018,  EWCA Civ 801
1. Reading Borough Council appeals from the refusal of HHJ Oliver to make all the findings of fact that it had argued for at a hearing in care proceedings that lasted 19 days and ended with judgments on 14 and 15 December 2017. 2. The proceedings concern the youngest three of twelve children of parents with learning difficulties. The children ar...
- HM Customs and Revenue v Raftopoulou, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 18, 2018,  EWCA Civ 818
1. This appeal arises from a claim for repayment of income tax. The respondent (the taxpayer) submitted her self-assessment return for the 2006-07 tax year on 14 January 2008, which showed a liability to tax of about £18,000, which she duly paid. Believing that her income had been overstated and her deductible expenses understated, she submitted a
- The Corporation of Trinity House of Deptford Strond v 4-6 Trinity Church Square Freehold Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 18, 2018,  EWCA Civ 764
1. This is an appeal from the decision of Martin Rodger QC, Deputy Chamber President and Andrew Trott FRICS sitting in the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) dated 7 November 2016 (the ``Decision''). It is concerned with the proper construction of section 1(4) Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 (the ``Act''). It arises out of a di...
- Gavin Edmondson Solicitors Limited (Respondent/Cross-Appellant) v Haven Insurance Company Limited (Appellant/Cross-Respondent)
- Morris-Garner and another (Appellants) vOne Step (Support) Ltd (Respondent)
- Revenue And Customs v Newey (t/a Ocean Finance), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 17, 2018,  EWCA Civ 791
1. The basic issue on this appeal is whether the EU law doctrine of abuse of law applies in circumstances where the respondent taxpayer, Mr Newey, who had previously carried on a successful loan-broking business in partnership in the United Kingdom under the trading name of ``Ocean Finance'', took steps to incorporate and restructure the business i...
- Rotrust Nominees Ltd v Hautford Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 17, 2018,  EWCA Civ 765
1. The appellant, Rotrust Nominees Limited (``Rotrust'') is the freehold owner of a terraced building at 51 Brewer Street, London W1 (``the Property''). The Property is part of a block of contiguous properties, including 39-61 (odd numbers) Brewer Street, also owned by Rotrust (``the Soho Estate''). 2. The Property is subject to a lease made on 4