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High Court news

A court has given Virgin Active the green light to erase the rent arrears it had accrued during pandemic lockdowns. The wiping out of the ... More
Hundreds of thousands of small companies in the UK – including those operating in spa, fitness and leisure – are set to receive payouts on ... More
Hundreds of thousands of small companies in the UK – including those operating in fitness and leisure – are set to receive payouts on interruption ... More
Health and fitness and leisure businesses in the UK will find out in September if they can make a claim on their business interruption insurance ... More
Championship football club Luton Town has cleared the final legal hurdle standing in its way to begin work on a new 17,500-seater stadium. The High ... More
Bolton Wanderers Football Club (BWFC) is set to enter administration after talks to find a new owner collapsed. Current owner and chair Ken Anderson had ... More
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The £1bn ($1.38bn, €1.12bn) project to rebuild Chelsea Football Club’s Stamford Bridge stadium has overcome its final hurdle, after a motion was passed preventing a ... More
Tenerife’s Siam Park, one of the best in the world according to TripAdvisor users, is on the verge of getting a sister park on neighbouring ... More
Five directors of Italian museums, suspended after a controversial court ruling deemed their appointments illegal, have returned to work on a temporary basis. The historic ... More
Long-touted plans for a Paramount theme park in Spain appear to have finally collapsed after the High Court of Murcia ruled the project to be ... More
Formosa Fun Coast, the Taiwan waterpark where 15 revellers were killed and hundreds injured in 2015, has been given permission to reopen to the public. ... More
Yorkshire spa resort Titanic Spa has been successful in a legal challenge against Titanic Hotel Liverpool over the use of its name. During a three-day ... More
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Miha Bodytec GmbH
Around 750,000 gym users have saved £37m (US$48.1m, €42.9m) as a consequence of interventions by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT). Investigations by the arms-length ... More
Bristol Rovers’ new Jordanian owners will not look into alternative stadium developments until the club’s appeal to overturn a High Court verdict on its original ... More
Bolton Wanderers Football Club has sold its Euxton training ground to local rival Wigan Athletic. The land has been purchased for an undisclosed sum by ... More
Real Madrid’s plan to redevelop its Santiago Bernabeu stadium has encountered a new setback after the city council rejected it in the interest of the ... More
“With big projects like this one, there's always going to be controversy,” said Nicolas Moreau, co-founder of Moreau Kusunoki, the Paris-based practice that won the ... More
Bristol Rovers’ £40m (US$62.2m, €56.4m) plan to move into a new stadium across the city has collapsed after supermarket chain Sainsbury’s won its High Court ... More
The long-running saga of the US$3.5bn (€2.7bn, £2.2bn) Baha Mar resort complex in the Bahamas has taken another twist, after its developer announced that it ... More
Prime Fitness – the largest énergie franchisee in Ireland which controls eight of the chain's 14 clubs there – has entered examinership as it battles ... More
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, London, UK, has been given the green light to build a new 56,250-capacity stadium after winning its High Court battle against ... More
Spanish football club Real Madrid has suffered a setback in its quest to undertake a €440m (US$505m, £328m) redevelopment of its Santiago Bernabéu stadium. A ... More
A High Court judge has ruled that Northern Ireland’s environment minister Mark H Durkan acted “unlawfully” when he approved plans for a new 38,000-seat GAA ... More
The cause of a fire that gutted a business involved in a bitter dispute with English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur FC remains unclear. The ... More
A floating art gallery backed by Dame Judi Dench and Prince Charles is set to be destroyed after the London Port Authority failed to offer ... More
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