“These wretchedly conceived clauses”: the Supreme Court considers the degree to which ‘commercial common sense’ can be deployed in contractual interpretation (Arnold v Britton & Ors [2015] UKSC 36) – Henderson Chambers

Posted July 27th, 2015 in interpretation, leases, news, service charges by sally

‘Tenants of a holiday park will ultimately be obliged to pay over £1m a year per chalet, after the Supreme Court endorsed leases in which the service charge increases by 10% a year – regardless of the actual costs of providing those services.

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Henderson Chambers, 16th June 2015

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