new plan furniture

663 results for new plan furniture

  • vLex Rating
  • The New Plan Furniture Limited 1978 Retirement Benefits Plan (€œthe Plan”)
  • New Plan Furniture Limited
  • IBM United Kingdom Holdings Ltd & Anor v Dalgleish & Ors (Rev 1), Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, February 20, 2015, [2015] EWHC 389 (Ch)

    1. Following the handing-down of my judgment dated 4 April 2014 (``the Judgment'') and the delivery of a short judgment at a directions hearing on 13 June 2014 (``the June Judgment''), I have heard further submissions over the course of 9 days dealing with the remedies for the breaches of duty on the part of IBM established by the Judgment. I shal...

    ... factors which I mentioned expressly in support of that conclusion: active members of the DB Plans would (i) cease to accrue further DB benefits from 6 April 2011 (ii) obtain no salary increases in ... . 554. In support of that contention, Mr Short relies on Villella v MFI Furniture Centres Ltd [1999] IRLR 468. In that case it was held that incapacity could not frustrate a ...

  • Plantation Holdings (FZ) LLC v Dubai Islamic Bank PJSC, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, March 23, 2017, [2017] EWHC 520 (Comm)

    Introduction1. This is a claim by the Claimant, Plantation Holdings (FZ) LLC (`Plantation') for some US$2 billion. Plantation is a Dubai company which was incorporated in 2004 for the purpose of developing an upmarket and exclusive polo facility on the outskirts of Dubai which was to include villas, a hotel, rented flats and business units (`Planta...

    ... the defendants.' There the court held that if the plaintiff, who had a cause of action against the defendant bailee in detinue as well as in conversion, knew or ought to have known that the furniture was going to be sold by the bailee, he could not recover the rise in price of the furniture after the date when it was sold.'' . Then, after referring both to the Brandeis case and to the BBMB ...

  • Western Trading Ltd v Great Lakes Reinsurance (UK) Plc, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, January 26, 2015, [2015] EWHC 103 (QB)

    1. This fire insurance claim by the Claimant is resisted by the Defendant on the grounds that the assured had no insurable interest and that there was misrepresentation and non disclosure. The Defendant also claims that if the Claimant does have a valid claim it should not have a Declaration that it is entitled to be indemnified for the cost of rei...

    ... Property Link says that it used 8 Station Street for storing furniture. Mr Singh and Sunny both gave evidence of that and there is no doubt that the lease was entered ...-the fact that he had no immediate plans to develop the Premises because it would be uneconomical to do so in accordance with the planning ...

  • 125 OBS (Nominees1) & Anor v Lend Lease Construction (Europe) Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, July 14, 2017, [2017] EWHC 25 (TCC)

    1. 125 Old Broad Street (``125 OBS'') once housed the London Stock Exchange. It stands on a prime site of 0.6 hectares in the heart of the City of London, flanked by Throgmorton Street to the north, Bartholomew Lane to the west and Threadneedle Street and Old Broad Street to the south. Between about 2006 and 2008 the First Defendant carried out a...

    ... annealed glass used for the outer panes was floated in several batches at AGC's float glass plant in Boussis, France. The batches of annealed glass intended to form the outer panes were then sent ...171. In summary, the sums recoverable in respect of the loss of the 9th floor are:. Furniture Relocation Costs: Items 132-182. 172. The sum claimed is £195,520.11, which is agreed. The ...

  • Hirtenstein & Anor v Hill Dickinson LLP, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, July 31, 2014, [2014] EWHC 2711 (Comm)

    1. At 14.14 (UK time Unless otherwise stated, all times given in this judgment are UK times. ) on 16 July 2010 the second claimant, a company newly incorporated in the Cayman Islands and beneficially owned by the first claimant, Mr Michael Hirtenstein, completed the purchase of a motor yacht which was then re-named ``Il Sole'' (``the Yacht''). Ab...

    ... I'll get that soon and I am also getting 3 insurance quotes so I think Friday to close as planned still makes sense.''. 13.04 CC to MH:. ``I am relaxed whether you want to close today, tomorrow or ...The yacht comes as is, with all FFE [furniture/artwork/sculptures/linen/glassware/crockery/water sport equipment etc ..] James [Lawson] has ...

  • Palmer Birch (A Partnership) v Lloyd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, September 24, 2018, [2018] EWHC 2316 (TCC)

    1. The claimant, Palmer Birch (``PB''), is a partnership between Mr John Palmer and Mr Nelson Birch which carries on a construction business specialising in the refurbishment of large houses. PB's claims in these proceedings arise out of their entry in January 2012 into a JCT Standard Building Contract with Quantities (2011) (``the Contract'') wit...

    ... purposes, shooting, grazing and ``any other use which is specified in an Approved Business Plan''. 16. On 23 May 2012 SHL granted HHL a licence to carry out refurbishment works at the Property. . ... the Works upon the main house at the Property would be complete so that he could move his furniture (from Kenya) into the house and spend Christmas 2014 there. But by that time the Works had not ...

  • Culliford & Anor vThorpe, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, March 08, 2018, [2018] EWHC 426 (Ch)

    1. This is my judgment on a claim and counterclaim in relation to a residential property known as 9 Clover Road, Wick St Lawrence, Weston super Mare (``the Weston property'' or simply ``the property''). The claim is brought, as a simple claim for possession, by the personal representatives of Rodney Culliford (who died intestate on 25 March 2016),

    ... the gift of residue the defendant became entitled to about £80,000 in cash and some furniture. 26. The defendant and the deceased took the furniture back to the Weston property in May 2012. ...28. The defendant and the deceased formed a plan to refurbish both properties, using the funds which the defendant had inherited. They would ...

  • Peak Hotels and Resorts Ltd v Tarek Investments Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, July 17, 2015, [2015] EWHC 1997 (Ch)

    1. On 20, 21 and 22 May 2015 I heard two applications in these proceedings. One of the applications is by the third and fourth defendants, Sherway Group Ltd ("Sherway") and Mr Carl Johan Eliasch (together "the Sherway defendants") for an interim payment pursuant to CPR 25.7 of c.US$ 23 million against the claimant, Peak Hotels and Resorts Ltd ("PHR...

    ........ 32. The phrase "good cause" was used in the Pet Plan case [Pet Plan Ltd v Protect-a-Pet Ltd [1988] FSR 34] by Nicholls LJ at p.41. Nicholls LJ said that ...62. Referring also to Peal Furniture Co. Ltd v Adrian Share (Interiors) Ltd [1977] 1 WLR 464, Sir John Donaldson went on to state that ...

  • JSC BM Bank v Kekhman & Ors, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, April 12, 2018, [2018] EWHC 791 (Comm)

    1. In autumn 2011 the Claimant (``Claimant''/``C''), then known as ``Bank of Moscow'' and part of the VTB Bank Group, lent US$140 million plus ?305,732,000 (equivalent in total to around US$150 million) (the ``Loans'') to JFC Group ZAO (``JFC Russia'') under credit facility agreements dated 2 September 2011 and 14 October 2011 (the ``Facility Agree...

    ...responsible for strategic planning and general control over JFC Group.'' Mr Kekhman was held out on the JFC Group website as the ``top ... will not do if language used is equivocal: Belmont Finance Corporation Ltd v Williams Furniture Ltd [1979] Ch 250, 268 per Buckley LJ. In that case it was unclear from the pleadings whether ...

  • GS & Ors v Central District of Pest Hungary & Ors, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, January 21, 2016, [2016] EWHC 64 (Admin)

    1. The four appeals before us have no connection save that in respect of each of the appellants an order for extradition to Hungary has been made by District Judges sitting at Westminster Magistrates' Court. The appellants' common ground of appeal is that their extradition to Hungary would violate their rights under article 3 of the European Conve...

    ... 3m2 of floor space; and (iii) the overall floor space must allow for free movement around furniture [74]. c) Sometimes an extreme lack of space had resulted in a finding of a violation of article 3 ... A translation of the response itself is not available:. ``6. The action plan in the Varga case was finalized and sent to the Committee of Ministers on 5 December. The ...

  • Leven Holdings Ltd v Johnston & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, February 09, 2018, [2018] EWHC 223 (Ch)

    1. This is my judgment on a claim brought, as the claim form puts it, for a ``declaration as to the existence of a right of way over the claimant's land, to include an order preventing use.'' The claim form was issued on 18 December 2015, accompanied by particulars of claim dated the day before. The claimant is the registered proprietor of the fee...

    ...I have seen a plan dating from 1945 which shows the aerodrome in what appears to be its most developed state, with the ...The timber was sold to and collected by furniture companies during 1982 and 1983. They too had to access the airfield via the ESR. There is no record ...

  • J v U; U v J (No.2) (Domicile), Court of Appeal - Family Division, March 08, 2017, [2017] EWHC 449 (Fam)

    This judgment was delivered in private. The judge has given leave for this version of the judgment to be published on condition that (irrespective of what is contained in the judgment) in any published version of the judgment the anonymity of the children and members of their family must be strictly preserved. All persons, including representat...

    ... late twenties, he and his first wife purchased an old farmhouse property with 9 acres (now planted with olive trees) in Tuscany, Italy (``the Italian farmhouse''), with friends. He still owns this ... She relocated them all to the Fulham property: mahogany mirrors, mahogany furniture and a bust, together with other items which she boxed and then stored in the cellar there. In ...

  • Pillar-Neumann v Public Prosecutor's Office of Klagenfurt, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 21, 2017, [2017] EWHC 3371 (Admin)

    1. This is an appeal against the decision of District Judge Qureshi dated 26 June 2017 sitting in the Westminster Magistrates' Court whereby he ordered the Appellant's extradition to Austria pursuant to section 26 of the Extradition Act 2003 (``the Act''). 2. The Appellant's extradition was ordered pursuant to a European Arrest Warrant issued by th...

    ..., Austria and partly in Amsterdam, Netherlands, by pretending that certain pieces of furniture and jewellery would come from the household of the successor to the Austrian Throne, Arch Duke ... Her suicidal ideation, together with her being closed and guarded about her suicidal plans during examination, are of most concern and I intend to contact her GP in order to share my ...

  • Fern Advisers Ltd v Burford & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, April 01, 2014, [2014] EWHC 762 (QB)

    1. This is an application by the Claimant (``Fern'') for summary judgment on its claims against its former director, the First Defendant (``Mr Burford''). Fern says that between April 2012 and March 2013, Mr Burford used his position as Fern's executive director to steal more than £12 million from Fern's bank account. Fern says that he used this m...

    ... ``Mr Butterworth'' was elusive and subject to last minute changes of plan and sudden illness. Eventually Mr Uzbekov lost patience and instructed ``Mr Butterworth'' to send ...Page 32. 1 Mr Burford further claims that the memory stick was. 2 taken from him when furniture was taken by Fern from his. 3 Ledbury Mews office on 3 May. 4 He says it was in the drawer of a ...

  • Stefanou, R (on the application of) v Westminster City Council & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, April 25, 2017, [2017] EWHC 908 (Admin)

    1. 21 Charles Street, London W1 lies in the heart of Mayfair. It is a Listed Building. Mr Stefanou owns the adjacent house at No 22, which is also a Listed Building. The IP wants to carry out alterations to No 21, which include the construction of a substantial basement underground, on three levels. That will cause a great deal of upheaval, and as

    ...Meyric Lewis (instructed by Isaac N P Carter, Senior Planning Solicitor, Borough Legal Services) for the Defendant. John Steel QC (instructed by Quastel Midgen ...for maintenance and to provide essential items of street furniture. In order to ensure that services and essential street furniture can be provided, adequate space ...

  • Stratton & Anor v Patel & Anor, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, August 01, 2014, [2014] EWHC 2677 (TCC)

    1. In these proceedings the Claimants as tenants claim relief in respect of defects in and damage to restaurant premises at 35 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 leased to them by the Defendant. The claim is put forward on a number of different bases and is primarily for damages but also for specific performance. 2. The case is one which has becom...

    .... On the same day Calzone UK Ltd issued a ``Receipt for Fixtures, Fittings, Equipment and Furniture'' in the sum of £65,000 ``to purchase the chattels, items of equipment, furniture, fixtures, ... . Statutory Consents. 22. On the 28th April 1995 plans were deposited on behalf of Mr. Patel with Islington Council pursuant to the Building Regulations. ...

  • Fairhurst Developments Ltd & Anor v Collins & Anor, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, February 05, 2016, [2016] EWHC 199 (TCC)

    1. In April 2009 the defendant, Mr Richard Collins, the owner of a residential development site near Chester, entered into an agreement with Mr Mark Fairhurst in the nature of a joint venture (``the development agreement'') for the construction and sale of a new residential property, now known as Aldford View, on that site. There is an issue as to...

    ... the property as a development opportunity; the site was sold subject to an existing planning permission and his intention was to demolish the existing bungalow and build a substantial new ... up by a letter of appointment, which was signed by the claimant above the name ``Moon Furniture'', which was in fact (although this was not stated on the letter or communicated at the time) the ...

  • Various Claimants v Giambrone & Law (a firm) & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, July 07, 2015, [2015] EWHC 1946 (QB)

    1. Calabria is the Southern Italian region that forms the ``toe'' of Italy. It comprises the five provinces of Cosenza, Reggio Calabria, Catanzaro, Crotone and Vibo Valentia. The climate is Mediterranean as is its cuisine. The west-facing coastline borders the Tyrrhenian Sea and the east-facing coastline borders the Ionian Sea. Its overall extens...

    ... The purchases were made ``off plan'' - in other words, the properties had not been built at the time the purchasers committed ... process, and our advisers will be on hand to answer questions, help you choose your furniture and arrange a meeting with our local legal team.'' (Emphasis added.). 93. The following passage ...

  • Adams & Ors v Atlas International Property Services Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, December 05, 2016, [2016] EWHC 3120 (QB)

    1. The Claimants were purchasers of properties in Spain who paid the purchase price, but did not acquire title to their properties. They now sue the English agents and the Spanish lawyers who were involved in the purchases, alleging negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and unlawful means conspiracy. 2. These two actions concern 10 apartments or c...

    ...(4) In the case of the purchase of property off-plan, it is advisable that, before a private contract (including a reservation agreement) is signed, and ... we will handle all aspects of your moving in process including insurance, bank accounts, furniture selection, setting up of water and electricity contract, resale and letting service if required. ...

  • Hibberd-Little v Carlton, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, July 06, 2018, [2018] EWHC 1787 (QB)

    1 This is a claim for personal injury damages arising out of a road traffic accident. Liability is not in dispute, negligence having been admitted by the defendant at an early stage of the proceedings. The claim arises out of a rear-end collision on 29th March 2013 (Good Friday). The claimant (born on 16 April 1983, then aged 29) was driving a new

    ...They spent a quiet, restful Easter weekend at home and abandoned their plans to visit family. He also says: ``Kathryn has complained of a headache ever since the accident .. ... closing time at the tea shop show she is clearing up at the end of a working day, lifting furniture and ``A'' boards (sometimes one-handed) and on one occasion with Henry carried on her hip. I would ...

  • Lensbury Ltd, R (On the Application Of) v Richmond-Upon-Thames London Borough Council, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, August 11, 2016, [2016] EWCA Civ 814

    1. This is an appeal from the order of Supperstone J (reflecting his judgment [2016] EWHC 980 (Admin)) in proceedings brought by the Appellant seeking judicial review of the grant of planning permission by the Respondent (``the Council'') for a development at Teddington Weir, Teddington Lock, Teddington on the River Thames. Teddington Lock is in an...

    ... (Admin)) in proceedings brought by the Appellant seeking judicial review of the grant of planning permission by the Respondent (``the Council'') for a development at Teddington Weir, Teddington .... Buildings or parts of buildings, street furniture, trees and other features which make a positive contribution to the character, appearance or ...

  • The Northampton Regional Livestock Centre Co Ltd v Cowling & Anor, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, January 23, 2014, [2014] EWHC 30 (QB)

    1. This case concerns the fiduciary and tortious duties of agents in relation to the sale of commercial property. In particular it concerns the duties of agents who act, or seek to act, for both the vendor and purchaser of commercial property in the same transaction and of company directors who instruct a firm in which they are a partner, to act fo...

    ...provisions 51-55. (3) The original planning permission for the Site 56-57. (4) The financial position of the Company in the wake of. the ...sale of bankrupt goods, written off vehicles, plant and machinery, office furniture, etc), and, a commercial vehicle auction centre. On 15th February 2005, Mr Richard Fox, Assistant ...

  • Oldcorn & Anor v Southern Water Services Ltd, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, January 23, 2017, [2017] EWHC 62 (TCC)

    1. The Claimants, Lee Dennis Oldcorn and Judith Audrey Oldcorn, are the free-hold owners of a property known as 1 Davenport Road, Felpham, West Sussex (``the Property'') which forms part of a housing development known as the Beach Road Estate (``the Estate'') which was the subject of surface water flooding on the 11th June 2012. 2. The Defendants,

    ...Where an allegation is tantamount to requiring major plant renewal that will fall on one side of the line whilst an allegation that a filter should be cleaned .... 68. Finally on this issue I should make reference to a tide mark on a piece of furniture. Mr Diamond's report to insurers included a photograph of a piece of furniture on which he ...