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Leases and licences: Sizing up the available options
Lauren Fraser and Jacqueline Lean answer queries on the right of forfeiture.
Managing risk in property management companies – corporate governance and considerations for directors
We take a closer look at the guide launched by the Companies House highlighting key considerations for flat management company directors.
Lease renewals in the time of coronavirus
What flexibility tenants and landlord are going to have when negotiating on the terms of the lease renewal ?
Beyond Brexit: What is the position for cross-border disputes now?
EU–UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement was signed on 30 December 2020, what does it mean for cross-border disputes now?
Further changes to landlords’ remedies for recovering commercial rent arrears
Taking a closer look at the new CRAR regulations and the impact of the proposed changes to insolvency procedures.
Abandoned premises: Abandon hope, all ye who seek re-entry?
What can landlords do when tenants are leaving premises abandoned without prior notice due to the evolving coronavirus crisis?
Leasing conundrums and the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
Louise Clark and Admas Habteslasie answer queries on commercial leasing conundrums.
Weighing up the options for rent recovery
Landlords with rent arrears Landlords should be mindful before issuing court proceedings as it can involve additional time and costs.
Restrictive Covenants: public interest under s.84 Law of Property Act 1925
Taking a closer look at The Supreme Court's recent decision in relation to restrictive covenants.
Q&A: Breach of covenant for quiet enjoyment?
Would disconnecting the electricity supply to business premises constitute a breach of the covenant for quiet enjoyment?
An abuse of process to relitigate a decision by the Land Registry (Ainscough v. Ainscough)
Oliver Park writes for Lexis®PSL on the recent court decision regarding Ainscough v Ainscough.