13:00 – 14:00, 23 July 2020
We are delighted to invite you to our next Surveyors' Webinar where four of our property experts will focus on the key issues that have arisen since the June quarter date and how commercial landlords and tenants are adapting to the legal and market changes which have followed.
The workshop will focus on some of the key legal and market changes following the June quarter day and will address the practical issues which landlords, tenants, investors and surveyors need to address in light of these changes.
We will be exploring:
- What the new Commercial Landlord and Tenant Code of Practice for Property Relationships says and how it has impacted on commercial landlords and tenants particularly with ongoing rent concessions and negotiations;
- The extension on the moratorium on forfeiture, CRAR and winding up petitions until 30 September 2020 and whether this has continued to encourage some tenants not to pay and if it has changed the landlords approach in seeking to recover unpaid lease rents;
- The implementation of the new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act and the changes it has made to using statutory demands and winding up petitions to recover unpaid rents and whether this has affected the way that landlords have approached rent arrears recovery.
As always, the workshop session will be interactive so there will be opportunities for you to share your views and experiences with us, and also to ask questions of our expert panel.
Please use the button below to register to attend. If you know someone who would be interested in this webinar please feel free to forward this invitation.
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