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Yet Another Break Notice Hazard Warning
It seems that barely a year goes by without a break clause related tale of woe emanating from the Courts.
UK
6 Mar 2018
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Alcohol And Late Night Refreshment Figures
The latest Government figures for alcohol and late night refreshment licences are out. Two points stand out for me.
UK
30 Nov 2017
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What Happens If You Fail To Register Your New Lease?
New leases for seven years or more must be registered at the Land Registry, normally by the Tenant, and within 2 months of completion.
UK
5 Oct 2017
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Residential Service Charge Consultation – Developers Beware!
It is relatively widely known that landlords of residential blocks must consult their tenants before they can recover (in full) certain items through the service charge regime.
UK
9 Jul 2017
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Serving Notice – Still Not As Simple As It Sounds!
The serving of notices sometimes feels more akin to bomb disposal, than posting a letter.
UK
31 Mar 2017
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Lessons For The Food And Restaurant Trade From The Fabric Case
The high profile closure of Fabric, and recent resolution to enable it to re-open, may seem a far cry from the average retail food offering.
UK
27 Feb 2017
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The Power Of The Spoken Word… To Vary A Lease
It is not uncommon in the commercial property world for arrangements to be made to re-schedule or change the pattern of rent payments.
UK
24 Nov 2016
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The Limitations Of Forfeiture
Conceptually forfeiture is perhaps the landlord's ultimate sanction against tenants who do not comply fully with the terms of their lease.
UK
22 Dec 2015
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Heat Network (Metering And Billing) Regulations
If you are such a landlord, you should already be complying the Regulations' billing requirements. These came into force on 31 December 2014.
UK
12 Jun 2015
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Protocol For Applications For Consent To Assign Or Sublet
Of the various attempts to strike a fair balance in the landlord and tenant relationship, and to mitigate some of its rougher edges, at the ‘softer’ end are those that seek to influence and guide rather than prescribe or legislate.
UK
19 Dec 2014
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More Change To The Licensing Regime Ahead?
Alcohol consumption, and night time leisure activities, remain hot topics for journalists and politicians alike.
UK
3 Dec 2013
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