Month: June 2021

Are Electronic Signatures (E-Signatures) Reliable?

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses saw unprecedented logistical and operational challenges as jurisdictions across the globe, imposed travel and social distancing restrictions. This state of affairs had the effect of popularising the use of electronic signatures (also known as E-Signatures), with the scope of accommodating to new realities. E-Signatures provide an alternative […]
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Warrant of Prohibitory Injunction Issued: A Maisonette Owner requests to inhibit the Airspace Owner from constructing Additional Floors due to the Potential Aggravation of Easements

In a case brought before the First Hall Civil Court, a plaintiff, owner of a maisonette underlying a block of apartments, brought an action against a defendant with the scope of impeding the latter as airspace owner, from building an additional three floors. The plaintiff requested that the court issues a warrant of prohibitory injunction, […]
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