With uncertainty about the economy looming large, and the Queen having marked her Platinum Jubilee recently, it seems a royally good opportunity to discuss the concept of ‘bona vacantia’ and, in particular, what this means for commercial property.
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The court has confirmed that they will be accepting new creditor petitions from 5 September 2022
Camelot, the company that has operated the National Lottery since its launch in 1994, has been left reeling from its recent failure to secure the next lottery operator’s licence.
One of our favourite artists has been back in the news recently – Taylor Swift calls out Damon Albarn over songwriting comments.
Netflix to answer defamation claim brought by international Chess Grandmaster after a U.S Judge denies motion to dismiss it
Only a few months on from the now infamous spat over caterpillar cakes, M&S and Aldi are at it again. This time, they are locked in dispute over their festive bell-shaped gin bottles.
The band Friendly Fires have condemned Boris Johnson for using their song “Blue Cassette” at the Conservative Party Conference without their permission. The band did not hesitate to make it known that they were unhappy with the song being used at the event and released a strongly worded statement to that effect.
Imagine a “Tesla-esque” construction site – green, eco-friendly and sustainable… Surely such an idea could never be reality, at least not yet?