Complete Clarity Solicitors


Lease dispute goes initially in favour of M & S

The Court of Session has recently ruled against plans by the Gyle Shopping Centre in Edinburgh to build a Primark Store partly on an existing car park, because Marks & Spencer (M & S), one of the centre’s tenants, has a share in rights to the car park. It is merely the first stage in […]

New building repairs legislation

Proposed measures to assist local authorities in recouping the costs they incur in making defective or dangerous buildings safe have been welcomed by the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Regeneration Committee. The measures are the main focus of a Members’ Bill, which was introduced by David Stewart MSP in October 2013. The Defective and Dangerous […]

Irish Supreme Court rules in land access dispute

A high profile Irish property dispute hit the headlines this week, when the Irish Supreme Court ruled on land access rights and public rights of way relating to Lissadell House, a historically important country house in County Sligo. According to the BBC, the case dates back to 2008 when Sligo County Council granted four rights […]