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  • Qantas Cabin Crew (UK) Ltd v Lopez & Anor (Unlawful Deduction from Wages), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, November 02, 2012, [2012] UKEAT 0106_12_0211

    On the true construction of the Claimants' contracts of employment on their secondment from Qantas in Australia to its subsidiary, the Respondent, in London, payment of allowances for food and accommodation were not made on top of the normal wages but were included within the package, for reasons of tax efficiency. The Employment Tribunal's judgme...

    ...FLEETBANK HOUSE, 2-6 SALISBURY SQUARE, LONDON, EC4Y 8JX. At the Tribunal. On 24 ...On the true construction of the Claimants' contracts of employment on ... is reasonable to cover your accommodation costs whilst on assignment in the UK. The LAFHA (exempt ... In other words, the signature on the foot of each of the contracts was not the act of the ...

  • Harrods Ltd v Baker (Valuation Officer), Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, June 21, 2007, [2007] EWLands RA_36_2005

    RA/36/2005 LANDS TRIBUNAL ACT 1949 RATING ­ valuation ­ department store ­ comparables ­ adjustments ­ location ­ internal arrangement ­ modernity and quality ­ repair and maintenance costs ­ loading facilities ­ very large store ­ whether allowance for quantum ­ held no justification for quantum allowance ­ rateable value reduced from £19,750,000

    ... and quality ­ repair and maintenance costs ­ loading facilities ­ very large store ­ ... overall method, applying a single rate per square foot to the total floorspace of the store. There ...The main building is of steel construction, clad with pink terracotta blocks. It provides ...

  • Woodford Land Ltd v Persimmon Homes Ltd, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, April 15, 2011, [2011] EWHC 984 (Ch)

    2. The rectification claim concerns an option agreement (``the Agreement'') for the sale of a development site in Doncaster made on 27 February 2006 between the claimant, Woodford Land Limited (``Woodford''), as vendor and the defendant, Persimmon Homes Limited (``Persimmon'') as purchaser. Woodford says that both parties entered into the Agreement...

    ...; that the Agreement, on its true construction, provided for the costs in question to be ...4. Any increase over £180 per square foot, they get 25% calculated on Day 1 and at ...

  • Lloyds TSB Bank Plc v Edward Symmons & Partners, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, March 12, 2003, [2003] EWHC 346 (TCC)

    1. The Claimant, a well-known bank, was, in 1998, called Lloyds Bank Plc. It is convenient to refer to the Claimant in this judgment as ``Lloyds'' no matter what the precise form of its name at the time of which I am speaking. 2. The Defendants, Messrs. Edward Symmons & Partners (``Symmons''), practise, and did in 1998, as a firm of surveyors and v...

    ...4 Overallowance for costs of services:. 4.1 He allowed for figure of £240,000 to be ... former Sanderson Wallpaper factory consisting of 190,000 square feet divided into a number of letting units. SS tells me that the ... which has recently been acquired for £7 per square foot! The owner of this site can, therefore, afford to let at £1/£2 ...

  • Tsiapkinis v Earl Cadogan, Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, January 25, 2008, [2008] EWLands LRA_59_2006

    LRA/59/2006 LANDS TRIBUNAL ACT 1949 LEASEHOLD ENFRANCHISEMENT ­ house ­ price ­ disputed site value ­ standing house approach ­ cleared site approach ­ comparables ­ site value percentage ­ whether LVT correct to look at direct evidence of site value by reference to developable space ­ purchase price determined at £437,000 ­ appeal dismissed ­ Leas...

    ... of, Sloane Street, which connects Sloane Square and Knightsbridge. It is a quiet residential road ... terrace mews house of standard construction with brick built external and party walls with a ... by adding an allowance for demolition costs and dividing the result by the amount of able space" to give a figure per square foot. The LVT took the figure so calculated for 18 ...

  • Gallaher International Ltd v Tlais Enterprises Ltd (Rev 1), Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, April 18, 2008, [2008] EWHC 804 (Comm)

    1 In the first of these two actions Gallaher International Ltd claims that by a letter dated 4th March 2005 it lawfully terminated a distribution agreement between it and Tlais Enterprises Limited (``TEL'') whereby TEL was appointed as Gallaher's distributor in respect of certain specified brands of cigarettes. TEL disputes that the TEL Agreement

    ...A 40 foot shipping container will hold about 800 cases (8 ... took account only of the variable or direct costs of making the product (``marginal costing'') as ... Gallaher that HMCE found it difficult to square the level of seizures with the MOU and that it ... I see no reason to depart from that construction in favour of a composite form of documentation ...

  • Gallaher International Ltd v Tlais Enterprises Ltd (Rev 1), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 18, 2008, [2008] EWHC 804 (Comm)

    1 In the first of these two actions Gallaher International Ltd claims that by a letter dated 4th March 2005 it lawfully terminated a distribution agreement between it and Tlais Enterprises Limited (``TEL'') whereby TEL was appointed as Gallaher's distributor in respect of certain specified brands of cigarettes. TEL disputes that the TEL Agreement

    ...A 40 foot shipping container will hold about 800 cases (8 ... took account only of the variable or direct costs of making the product (``marginal costing'') as ... Gallaher that HMCE found it difficult to square the level of seizures with the MOU and that it ... I see no reason to depart from that construction in favour of a composite form of documentation ...

  • Roberts v Frohlich & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, February 18, 2011, [2011] EWHC 257 (Ch)

    1. Onslow Ditchling Ltd (``ODL'') was created as a special purpose vehicle to acquire 6.3 acres of former quarry land at Ditchling (``the Site'') and to develop it as 30 industrial and trading units to be disposed of on a freehold basis. The individuals behind ODL where the First Respondent (``Mr Frohlich'') and the Second Respondent (``Mr Spanner'

    ... under a fixed price contract for the construction of units that were pre-sold:. (c) permitted ... of business units totalling 62,000 square feet: but Mr Frohlich and Mr Spanner intended to ... of just under £1,000,000 if the costs of the enabling works and of the construction ... ``Sheds we could build at £32 per square foot all day''. Mr Spanner treated this as if it were ...

  • Stephen Donald Architects Ltd. v King, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, July 30, 2003, [2003] EWHC 1867 (TCC)

    1. The Claimant, Stephen Donald Architects Ltd., is the corporate manifestation of Mr. Stephen Donald. The realities of life, if not the strictly correct legal analysis, will be reflected if I do not differentiate for the purposes of this judgment between Mr. Donald and the Claimant save where it is necessary to do so in order to make clear the leg...

    ... that they should assess what was possible once the costs and financial return from the development of the Property were ... that the size of the intended redevelopment was 13,939 square feet, and thus equated to a cost of £140.61 per square foot. ...

  • London Borough of Southwark v Connor & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, March 23, 2011, [2011] EWHC 685 (QB)

    1. This is a claim brought by the London Borough of Southwark (``Southwark'') against the defendants, Terrence Connor (``Mr Connor''), Noel Campbell (``Mr Campbell'') and Brixton Tipping Services Limited (``BTS'') alleging that each colluded, between 2005 and May 2008, in the unlawful tipping onto a cemetery site owned by Southwark of very large qu...

    ..., Southwark's losses (representing costs of removal of the allegedly offending material ... the defendants in respect of the construction of a yard or compound at the Honor Oak site and ... more loosely acquainted through a local football club. 9. The essence of Southwark's claim is ... of remains have been undertaken in the squares concerned since the area was made up. Simon has ...

  • Essex County Showground Group Ltd v Essex County Council, Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, April 28, 2006, [2006] EWLands ACQ_120_2004

    COMPENSATION - compulsory purchase - part of showground acquired for bypass - planning permission - whether land to be valued as racecourse - access arrangements - landscaping - claimant's costs of acquiring other land disallowed - severance - whether underpass to be provided to connect severed land - loss of opportunity to negotiate sale of land

    ... arrangements - landscaping - claimant's costs of acquiring other land disallowed - severance - ... earthmoving works preparatory to the construction of an all-weather horse racing track had been ... used as it is on the line of a public footpath. 8. Planning permission was granted in 1957 for ... Mr Harper, basing the claimant's case four-square on the grant of planning permission for the first ...

  • Skanska Construction UK Ltd v Egger (Barony) Ltd., Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, July 30, 2004, [2004] EWHC 1748 (TCC)

    2. At the outset of this trial there were many hundreds of quantum issues left in dispute. By and large those of value of less than £1,000 have been settled as a result of the indefatigable efforts of junior counsel in this case. Many items of complexity and value have been considered by the Quantum experts Mr Ian Wishart for S.C.L. and Mr Simper...

    ... parties well in seeking to narrow issues and thereby save costs. . 3. The GMP Contract was between Egger (Barony) Limited and ... Firstly the rectangle depicted extended outside the footprint of the building. Secondly, the lines on the plan are as ... was the decision by the designer to adopt an 18.8 metres square foundation with a uniform depth of 1.5 metres was a sensible and ...

  • HM Attorney General v Pelling, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, April 08, 2005, [2005] EWHC 414 (Admin)

    1. This is an application by Her Majesty's Attorney General for an order of committal or other appropriate penalty in respect of what is said to have been a grave criminal contempt of court perpetrated by the defendant, Michael John Pelling. The contempt alleged, as we shall explain in greater detail, is the publication by the defendant in a journ...

    ... to put Judge Goldstein's judgment fair and square in the public domain. This was strikingly ...)(ii) puts Children Act cases on the same footing. It is time to see what the courts have made of ... recognised by law'', he adopted this construction of subsection (4):. ``.. I think it likely that ... be open about, and that is the question of costs. It will be obvious to your Lordship that the ...

  • Alfred McAlpine Capital Projects Ltd v Tilebox Ltd, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, February 25, 2005, [2005] EWHC 281 (TCC)

    3. The claimant is Alfred McAlpine Capital Projects Limited, formerly known as Alfred McAlpine Special Projects Limited. I shall refer to this party as "McAlpine". The defendant is Tilebox Limited, a development company which was formed in 1998 for the purpose of acquiring and developing Onslow House in Guildford. I shall refer to this party as

    ... At that time, Onslow House comprised about 50,000 square feet of space. The directors of Tilebox planned to strip the ... necessary to carry out detailed analyses of the likely costs of and the likely returns from the proposed development. Three ... The "base rent" is defined as £25 per square foot. The term "capital contributions" refers to the various forms of ...

  • Associated British Ports v Hydro Soil Services NV & Ors, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, June 23, 2006, [2006] EWHC 1187 (TCC)

    Hearing dates: 17th, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th October, 2nd, 3rd, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 14th, 17th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 28th, 29th, 30th November, 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 12th, 13th December 2005, 30th, 31st January, 1st, 2nd February 2006. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Judgment CONTENTS His Honour Judge Richard Havery Q.C. : In...

    ...I thought it was 12,000 blows per foot?. A. That's right down at the bottom. Difficult soils are ones ... steel sheet piles was 212,000 kNm²/m Kilonewton metres squared per metre length of the wall. and that the bending moment ... to the required profile, and asked that the additional costs be included in its final account. The engineer replied by letter ...

  • Shah & Ors v Colvia Management Company Ltd, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 14, 2007, [2007] EWHC 3343 (Ch)

    3 The developer laid out about 87 industrial units on the estate. The site has afforded two main car parking areas. The larger area is near the entrance to the estate from Ripple Road. A second row of parking is at, as I understand it, the back of the estate and along the boundary of the estate with the A13 Barking Bypass. As asphalted in and s...

    ...: ``(i) The right to pass and re-pass on foot over and along the footpaths and with or without ... part set out in the schedule hereto of all costs, charges and expenses from time to time incurred ... day of December 1980 by reference to the square footage of the demised premises and thereafter by ... does appear to me that upon the true construction of covenant 3(xvii) in the circumstances that it ...

  • Kilcarne Holdings Ltd v Targetfollow (Birmingham) Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, November 09, 2004, [2004] EWHC 2547 (Ch),[2005] 2 P & CR 8,[2004] NPC 167,[2005] 2 P&CR 8

    1. Baskerville House, Centenary Square, Birmingham was one of Birmingham’s great civic buildings. It is named after John Baskerville, a Birmingham printer and the eponymous designer of the famous typeface. It was designed in 1935 by T Cecil Howitt in the Monumental Classical style. Construction began in 1938, but the war delayed its completion.

    ... 1. Baskerville House, Centenary Square, Birmingham was one of Birmingham’s great civic ...Construction began in 1938, but the war delayed its ... money on professional fees and finance costs. The total costs committed amounted to some £2.3 ... Ardeshir’s desire to be on equal risk footing with Kilcarne by raising debt from a bank, be it ...

  • Goldstein v Levy Gee (a Firm), Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, July 01, 2003, [2003] EWHC 1574 (Ch),[2007] Lloyd's Rep PN 18

    In 1971 Mr David Goldstein and Mr Dudley Leigh set up in business as estate agents. In the following year they began to invest and deal in property on their own account, using various companies for that purpose. In 1974 they incorporated Marchday Group plc as a commercial investment and investment company. On 1 August 1988 Mr Goldstein ceased to be...

    ... of 12.5 per cent for ``non listed status/costs of realisation etc.'' The result of those ... a rent for the principal areas of £60 per square foot, and adopted a yield of 7.5 per cent. The ...Mr Howe argued that even if the construction of the articles that I prefer is correct, a ...

  • Cadogan v 2 Herbert Crescent Freehold Ltd, Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, May 15, 2009, [2009] EWLands LRA_91_2007

    LRA/91/2007 LANDS TRIBUNAL ACT 1949 LEASEHOLD ENFRANCHISEMENT − collective enfranchisement − whether price enhanced by value potentially available from a redevelopment of the building into a single house − extent of risks regarding ability to obtain vacant possession and carry out such redevelopment − how such risks would affect properly advised hy...

    ... lessee of Flat 1, and (c) the prospective costs of the development. 5. The LVT concluded that the ... and as to the likely level of costs per square metre which would be incurred. Statutory ...) to carry out substantial works of construction on, the whole or a substantial part of any ... and Tenant paragraph 29.166 contains a footnote when dealing with section 61 in the following ...

  • Donnelly & Ors v Weybridge Construction Ltd, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, June 15, 2007, [2007] EWHC 1420 (TCC)

    1. On 27 October 2006, when I handed down judgment (“the Judgment”) following the main hearing of this action, the parties indicated that they wanted to provide further submissions on certain of the issues. As a result, as set out in the Judgment, I reserved various matters for further argument. 2. On 3 November 2006, shortly after the Judgm...

    ... first floor Flat 7 which sold at £325,000 at £448 per square foot and second floor Flat 12 which sold at £335,000 at £462 ... Brohoon and Mr Carley would also have had this liability in costs. 2) Since the Claimants were entitled to refuse to ...

  • Pankhurst v White & Anor, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, June 10, 2009, [2009] EWHC 1117 (QB)

    1.1 This is a claim for personal injuries and consequential losses arising out of a road traffic accident. Liability is not in issue and I am concerned only with the quantum of damages. I can note that there was an issue about contributory negligence, but, following the trial of that issue, judgment was entered for the Claimant for 100% of his dama...

    ... in his condition as to increase the costs of meeting his care needs. In due course, I can ... we purchased a top of the range brand new 40 foot long motor home for approximately £120,000.'' . ... was spacious, providing approximately 350 square feet of interior space, albeit that much of this ... Cumbers took no further part in the construction of the present Archers Post. He ``bowed out'' as ...

  • Simmons & Ors v Dresden, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, May 18, 2004, [2004] EWHC 993 (TCC)

    1. Until he sold the freehold interest in the premises to a company called Associated Commercial Enterprises Ltd. (``ACE'') in April 2002 Mr. Michael Dresden, the Defendant in this action, was the freehold owner of premises (``the Premises'') known as and situate at 27, John Street and 21, John's Mews, London WC1. At 27, John Street was a mid-terra...

    ... then the Landlord shall carry out the works and recover the costs of so doing from the Tenant. (8) At all times during the said ... the state of repair necessary for a house in Grosvenor Square would be wholly different from the state of repair necessary for ...Davidson analysed each in terms of a price per square foot of gross internal area, the appropriate yardstick for ...

  • Ross River Ltd & Anor v Cambridge City Football Club Ltd, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, September 19, 2007, [2007] EWHC 2115 (Ch),[2008] 1 All ER 1004

    1. This judgment follows the liability only trial of a claim by the defendant Cambridge City Football Club Ltd (``the Club'') to rescind or have set aside three related transactions with the claimants Ross River Ltd (``Ross River'') and Blue River LP (``Blue River'') providing for the sale and lease-back of its football ground and stadium in Cambri...

    ... of the Club, and a substantial contributor to the Club's costs of this litigation. 21. He was subjected to a searching test of ... Mr York arranged for his company York Construction (Cambridge) Ltd (``York Construction'') to pay the bill of some ... was able to inform Savills of his expectation as to the square footage of the developable area, and the split of that square ...

  • Jackson & Ors v Thakrar & Ors, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, October 10, 2007, [2007] EWHC 2173 (TCC)

    The Lead Action, otherwise known as the Thakrar Litigation, incorporates all other Actions listed above, all Applications issued in those actions and Parties 1 and 4's Application under Paragraph 81 of Schedule B1 to the Insolvency Act 1986. As supplemented at chapter 15, paragraph, 834, by the decision handed down on 19th December 2007 in relati...

    ...and an extended costs hearing still to come. This litigation is now, in 2007, in its ... had been designated for Ramila12 See paragraph 46 and footnote 10 above. . He spoke of Ramila expressing an interest in ... relating to the Thakrar Litigation] So how does that square with the evidence that you gave to his Lordship a moment ago, ...

  • Tesco Stores Ltd. v Costain Construction Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, July 02, 2003, [2003] EWHC 1487 (TCC)

    1. These two related actions, numbered, respectively HT-02-07 (``Action 07'') and HT-02-439 (``Action 439''), arise out of a fire (``the Fire'') which occurred on 4 August 2001 at a superstore (``the Store'') at Coldfield Drive, Oakenshaw Wood, Redditch in Worcestershire belonging to the Claimant in each action, Tesco Stores Ltd. (``Tesco''). In th...

    ... reasons, to have constructed a larger store, some 10,000 square feet larger than the Store. The detailed implications of that ... act in connection with the particular project to advise on costs and, to an extent, to act as agents of Tesco in relation to such ... it - and thereafter embark on a course of dealing on the footing of that mistake - thereby replacing the original terms of the ...