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Covenant for quiet enjoyment – Loss of amenity – Noise nuisance – Scaffolding – Redevelopment works – Approach to damages – Role of appellate courts

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Covenant for quiet enjoyment – Loss of amenity – Noise nuisance – Scaffolding – Redevelopment works – Approach to damages – Role of appellate courts

Jafari v Tareem Ltd [2019] EWHC 3119 (Ch) (Nugee J) 25 October 2019

This case was an appeal by a tenant on his claim against his landlord arising out of the redevelopment of the building of which his demised premises formed part.

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