‘Phillips v Barclays Bank PLC and the potential expansion of the Quincecare duty’ and ‘An Introduction to the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022’

Junior Programme: Commercial webinar on ‘Phillips v Barclays Bank PLC and the potential expansion of the Quincecare duty’ and ‘An Introduction to the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022’ presented by Andrew Brown and James Fagan.

Phillips v Barclays Bank PLC and the potential expansion of the Quincecare duty

Andrew will discuss the Court of Appeal in Phillips v Barclays Bank PLC recently considered whether a bank’s quincecare duty can extend to directions given directly by its customer where a potential fraud is suspected. This talk will consider the Court’s decision and the potential expansion of the duty.

Please find the slides attached, here.

 

An Introduction to the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022

The recently enacted Commercial Rent Act creates a legally binding arbitration process to resolve certain outstanding commercial rent debts related to the pandemic. James Fagan will provide an overview of the Act and its consequences for affected landlords and tenants.

Please find the slides attached, here.

 

A recording of the webinar is available on our YouTube channel, here.

 

Please email events@radcliffechambers.com if you have any questions.

Recorded Thursday 28 April 2022.