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Jessica Slack

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English

Jessica is a Senior Associate in Real Estate Disputes.

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  • 2010 – LLB, University of Manchester, Manchester
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Mon­sol­ar IQ Ltd v Woden Park Ltd: In­ter­pret­a­tion of rent re­view pro­vi­sions...
In our pre­vi­ous Law-Now we dis­cussed the de­cision in June 2020 of Mr Justice Fan­court in the un­usu­al case of Mon­sol­ar IQ Ltd v Woden Park Ltd on the in­ter­pret­a­tion of an in­dex linked rent re­view clause...
Deal­ing with un­wanted per­sons such as protest­ors on your land - some do’s...
If there are people on your land who are not leg­ally en­titled to be there and are caus­ing you or your com­pany dif­fi­culties or dis­rup­tion, there are rem­ed­ies that can be sought from the court. One of the...
Tres­pass­ers Be­ware! – is­sues of iden­ti­fic­a­tion, ser­vice and en­force­ment...
In­junc­tions dir­ec­ted against “Per­sons Un­known” and par­tic­u­larly how they should prop­erly be iden­ti­fied and served con­tin­ue to cause dif­fi­culties for com­pan­ies and gov­ern­ment bod­ies in­volved in pro­jects...
Prop­erty de­vel­op­ment and rights of way: a cau­tion­ary tale
Sum­mary An or­al agree­ment with a pre­vi­ous own­er for the re­mov­al of a right of way will not bind suc­cessors in title to re­gistered land. Pro­pri­et­ary es­top­pel will not as­sist a de­veloper who...
How do you define “suc­cess” in a Part 36 of­fer?
How do you define wheth­er your Part 36 of­fer to settle has been “suc­cess­ful” when mon­et­ary com­pens­a­tion isn’t the primary pur­pose of your lit­ig­a­tion? The re­cent case of MR v Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice...
Busi­ness lease re­new­als: is the land­lord’s motive still rel­ev­ant?
This case star­ted as a stand­ard busi­ness lease re­new­al, where the land­lord op­posed the grant of a new lease on ground 30(1)(f) of the Land­lord and Ten­ant Act 1954 (the 1954 Act): namely, that the land­lord...