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Tuesday 5 November 2019
The amusingly acerbic judgment from a Canadian case offers a darker reminder of what happens when reason fails
A recent case raises the question, how long must a letter of complaint stay unanswered before a dispute is inferred?
Here’s a case where homeowners took a builder to court for damages when cracks appeared in their homes. The question was how to calculate what compensation to pay
As one current case shows, companies are getting fidgety about the sensitive information that goes out the door when employees leave to work for rivals
British building regulations need to tighten up so we build better and healthier buildings
There is enough suitable brownfield land in England to build more than 1 million new homes — so what’s the delay?
We shouldn’t be afraid of a new high street, but instead embrace it as a change to our built environment that reflects the changes to how we now live, work and play
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