Property Patter: The “bubble wrap” option – FAQs on tenant administration
In the first of a series of our Property Patter podcasts looking at the different forms of tenant insolvency, Emma Humphreys is joined by Bethan Cunniffe and Sam Lear to look at some key points on tenant administration. Listen in for the answers to FAQs including “What is the aim of an administration?”, “When is a “pre-pack” the preferred option?”, “What can and should landlords do when faced with a tenant in administration?” and “Why is an administration like bubble wrap?!”
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Powering Real Estate
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Property Patter: “Holiday” listening for surveyors: what (non-COVID) news is there so far in 2021?
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Pandemic Clauses: sharing (risk) is not (necessarily) caring
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Service charge demands: a reminder of key principles
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Record success for Charles Russell Speechlys’ Private Wealth practice in Chambers HNW 2021 directory
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Finance Bill 21/22: the implications for corporate taxpayers
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Barclay v Barclay: A Stark Reminder for Badly Behaved High-Profile Litigants
David considers the Barclay v Barclay case and if the judgment should be published, given it's severe criticism of Lord Barclay's conduct
Property Patter: dealing with COVID-19 arrears and the future of commercial tenancy relationships
What are the government’s plans for dealing with pandemic arrears and commercial tenancy relationships?
Emma Preece writes for Property Week on complying with vacant possession conditions
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Charles Russell Speechlys advises Duke Royalty on royalty financing agreement with Fairmed Healthcare AG
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Jennifer Berritt and Lauren Kelly write for P3 Pharmacy on The Lease Code and looking for better lease terms
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Charles Russell Speechlys shortlisted for Best EIS/SEIS Legal/Regulatory Adviser at 2021 EISA Awards
The Awards denote excellence and recognise the achievements of EIS/SEIS practitioners over the past year.
COVID-19 Vaccination – can an employer make it compulsory for employees?
We review what legal issues to take into account when considering to make vaccination compulsory as an employer.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises on the sale of No.1 Lounges Ltd to SwissportALD
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Property Patter: The Electronic Communications Code – what are the current issues with negotiating telecoms agreements?
We discuss some of the practical issues arising out of the Electronic Communications Code.
Charles Russell Speechlys releases H1 2021 deal highlights
Our deal highlights from the past 6 months are now available.
Joseph Green writes for Property Week on whether special-purpose vehicle leases can be used to avoid empty rates
A recent Supreme Court judgment clarified where the burden of paying empty rates should lie.
Weighing in on the importance of attention to detail in service cases
Rory looks at recent judgments that have emphasised the need to follow correct procedure when serving documents in court cases