The Maintenance of Roofs, Floors & Ceilings under Maltese Law

The Maintenance of Roofs, Floors & Ceilings under Maltese Law
This article was written by Dr. Stephen Muscat & Dr.Mark Soler.[1] The Issue:-The continuous urbanization and gentrification of the Maltese landscape has augmented the importance of maintaining well-regulated neighbourly relations among residents living in densely populated areas of the Island. A common dispute which arises among the owners of units situated within a condominium[1] concerns the maintenance of certain common parts, particularly:1. The corresponding floors and ceilings which run horizontally between two private units within the condominium,...
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Getting the Deal Through: Dispute Resolution 2017

Getting the Deal Through: Dispute Resolution 2017
Mamo TCV has contributed the Malta chapter to the 2017 online issue of "Dispute Resolution", a yearly comparative law guide published by Getting the Deal Through. Getting the Deal Through was the first legal publication series to present the concept of a "question and answer format". This is a convenient way for law firms, universities, regulators, and corporate counsel at to have at their fingertips a reliable introduction to various subject matters, as regulated in different jurisdictions. The series now covers over 890 practice areas with analysis on more than ...
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Invoking an arbitration clause in a contract subject to Maltese law

Invoking an arbitration clause in a contract subject to Maltese law
The Maltese Arbitration Act was meant inter alia to confirm in general the supremacy of the will of the parties to a contract containing an arbitration clause, to choose arbitration to the exclusion of ordinary courts. In view of recent developments in case-law interpreting and applying a provision in the same Arbitration Act, the ordinary courts seem to be fighting back to retain more than the residual authority which the courts traditionally retained for themselves when the contracting parties would have agreed on an arbitration clause. DisclaimerThis document ...
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