The recent Scottish appeal court decision in the case of Chalmers v Chalmers (27 October 2015) concerned an appeal by a mother who was asking the court for a judgment reducing a disposition in favour of her estranged son that transferred ownership of a flat to him.
The recent English Court of Appeal decision in Wilson and Sharp Investments Ltd v Harbour View Developments Ltd provides some judicial guidance on the interpretation of Section 111(10) of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (as amended) (”the Act”). This is an English Court of Appeal decision and so while not binding in Scotland it could be taken into account by Scottish courts.
In an update of 6 October 2015 we discussed the landmark ruling handed down by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in Maximillian Scherms v. Data Protection Commissioner (Case C 362/14).
The UK Government has a plan to spend £100 billion on infrastructure by the year 2020.
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