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Laura Cole

Laura Cole

Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
1 South Quay
Victoria Quays
Sheffield
S2 5SY
United Kingdom
Languages English, French

Laura Cole is an Associate in the Real Estates Disputes department.

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Education

  • 2010 – Legal Practice Course, BPP, Manchester
  • 2009 – Graduate Diploma in Law, BPP, London Waterloo
  • 2007 – History B.A., University of Southampton, Southampton
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23 Mar 20
How wrong does a no­tice have to be? Sav­ing the valid­ity of stat­utory...
Fur­ther ex­pand­ing the court’s le­ni­ent ap­proach to er­rors of draft­ing, the Court of Ap­peal has con­firmed that the “reas­on­able re­cip­i­ent” test set out in Man­nai [1997] A.C. 749 can also ap­ply to stat­utory...
18 Dec 19
Rent de­pos­it deed: the or­der of pri­or­ity of pay­ments in an ad­min­is­tra­tion
Judge Barber has con­sidered the or­der of pri­or­ity of pay­ments in an ad­min­is­tra­tion and - more spe­cific­ally - wheth­er the Lundy Gran­ite prin­ciple ap­plies to both the rent pay­able once a com­pany has gone...
06 Nov 19
Whose right is it any­way? ‘Free­dom to con­tract’ means grant of a lease...
In Bella Italia Res­taur­ants Ltd v Stane Park Ltd and oth­ers [2019] EWHC 2747 (Ch), Bella tried to ter­min­ate an agree­ment to lease re­lat­ing to prop­erty in Col­chester (the “agree­ment”) ori­gin­ally made...
30 Sep 19
When me­di­ation gets HOT: Ab­ber­ley v Ab­ber­ley
In Decem­ber 2011, the Ab­ber­ley broth­ers met to me­di­ate the di­vi­sion of £1,275,000 worth of ag­ri­cul­tur­al as­sets between them. Un­for­tu­nately, the pro­cess ended in tears and a trip to the High Court. After...
25 Jun 18
How low can you go? Does a lease­hold de­mise in­clude the sub­soil un­der­neath...
The old ad­age states that "cuius est solum, ei­us est usque ad coe­lum et ad in­fer­os” "who­ever­'s is the soil, it is theirs all the way to heav­en and all the way to hell”. But, do de­mised premises ne­ces­sar­ily...
02 Jan 18
Rights of light: a ten­ant could­n't re­lease its rights
The re­cent case of Met­ro­pol­it­an Hous­ing Trust v RMC FH Co Ltd has been much dis­cussed in the leg­al press, be­cause it raises an in­ter­est­ing ques­tion as to when one party can stop an­oth­er ex­er­cising its...