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Moving On And Ending The Relationship
Often HR professionals and those in management roles are lumbered with dealing with property matters for the business. Below is the first of three articles to give you a better understanding...
UK
15 Feb 2017
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Landlords Must Assume Tax Relief Changes Will Come Into Force In April
Currently, buy-to-let landlords can deduct their finance costs, including mortgage interest, from their rental profits before calculating their taxable income.
UK
26 Jan 2017
3
Investing Scheme Assets In Property: The Essentials
"Safe as houses" is an axiom which resonates across cultures, and has an impact on pension investment. Although SIPPS can't invest in residential property, UK commercial property is an important asset class..
UK
3 Jan 2017
4
Ending Property Leases For HR Professionals - Part 3: Breaking Up
We've teamed up with Commercial Property Partner, Suzanne Gill, to bring you some helpful guidance on downsizing business premises – a task that often becomes the responsibility of HR.
UK
19 Dec 2016
5
Chancellor Targets Lawyers Over Tax Avoidance
Abolishing the autumn statement was the most legally notable element of what was the chancellor's first and last autumn statement, lawyers claimed yesterday.
UK
29 Nov 2016
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Ending Property Leases For HR Professionals - Part 2: The End Of Leases
Wedlake Bell commercial property partner Suzanne Gill is providing a series of articles for HR professionals to give them a better understanding of the issues accompanying surplus premises...
UK
22 Nov 2016
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Q&A - Extending A Garage Lease
I own a flat and a garage held under separate, long leases in the same development. I would like to extend the leases of both my flat and garage...
UK
15 Nov 2016
8
Ending Property Leases For HR Professionals - Part 1: Moving On
Wedlake Bell commercial property partner Suzanne Gill is providing a series of articles for HR professionals to give them a better understanding of the issues accompanying surplus premises.
UK
8 Nov 2016
9
My Lease Is About To Expire – Help!
In this article which first appeared in the News on the Block Magazine on 14 October 2016, Jonathan Achampong explains what happens on the expiry of a long residential lease.
UK
2 Nov 2016
10
Problems With Partitioning When Exercising A Break Clause
Break clauses are one of the most frequent causes of disputes between landlords and tenants.
UK
28 Oct 2016
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Dear Beatrice - Sep 28, 2016
In order to decide whether or not the alterations outlined above need to be removed to exercise the break, the first question to address is whether or not they are chattels.
UK
3 Oct 2016
12
It's All About That Space
Landlords beware: the way in which businesses use office space is changing. There has been a significant shift towards utilisation of shared and communal workspaces.
UK
3 Oct 2016
13
A Landlord's Right To Build Versus A Tenant's Right To Quiet Enjoyment
Commercial leases usually contain an express covenant by the landlord to give the tenant quiet enjoyment of the demised premises...
UK
3 Oct 2016
14
Landlords And Tenants - Take Notice!
The recent High Court case of Vanquish Properties (UK) Limited Partnership v Brook Street (UK) Limited is a blunt reminder of the strict requirements for serving a valid break notice.
UK
3 Oct 2016
15
What The Foxton Tycoon Vs French Ambassador Case Teaches Us About ‘Iceberg' Basements
Jay Das and Joanna Brooke on how the interplay between the law, landlords and local authority can unfold in a 'very public way' in HNWs battle for basements.
UK
26 Aug 2016
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Take Control Of Your Block – The Right To Manage
Leaseholders getting a raw deal from their landlords or their managing agents should take comfort from the fact that they may have a statutory right to take control of the management of their building.
UK
3 Aug 2016
17
In Counsel Update - Summer 2016
The last few weeks have been marked by political and economic turmoil in the UK following the outcome of the EU referendum.
UK
26 Jul 2016
18
End of Leases
Leases must be read and construed as a whole. In the hurly-burly of negotiation this wider perspective can be overlooked. Not until a matter goes to court is the inter-relationship between the parties' covenants and obligations fully understood.
UK
22 Jul 2016
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Landlord And Tenant Disputes
The tenant (or, as the Telegraph described him, the 52-year-old husband of the Duke of Kent's daughter) has a lease of ground floor and basement premises in Mayfair for a high-class modern art gallery.
UK
18 Jul 2016
20
Flooding - Who Is Responsible For The Damage?
This winter saw yet more flooding, devastating businesses and homes in the north of England and Scotland.
UK
7 Jul 2016
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