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How Frustrating Is Brexit?
In a painstaking judgment handed down yesterday morning, Marcus Smith J held that in the event that the United Kingdom does leave the European Union, as it is set to do on 29 March,
European Union
28 Feb 2019
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Commercial Service Charges – A Case For Transparency
The RICS Professional Statement on Service Charges in Commercial Property (the Professional Statement) comes into force for service charge periods commencing on or after 1 April 2019.
UK
28 Feb 2019
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The Telecoms Code – A New Human Right?
The first substantive decision under the new Electronic Communications Code (the ‘Code') was given by the Upper Tribunal on 30 October 2018 and it's not good news for landowners.
UK
13 Nov 2018
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Landlords, Let's Be Reasonable: Otherwise You Might Pay The Price
Landlords take note, on the back of a recent case, you face an increased risk that tenants will challenge costs which they are responsible for in a lease. T
UK
27 Mar 2018
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Recovering Rent After A CVA
A company voluntary arrangement (CVA) is, provided the voting thresholds are met, a binding agreement made between a company and its creditors, designed to compromise a company's obligations to its creditors.
UK
23 Mar 2018
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Consent To Assign – Taking The Good With The Bad.
The case of No.1 West India Quay (Residential) Ltd v East Tower Apartments Ltd surprised the legal profession in 2016 when the court held that one bad reason ...
UK
14 Mar 2018
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Buying In Wales? Why A Speedy Completion Should Be Top Of Your Priorities
Those of you involved in the acquisition of properties in Wales over the next couple of months should take note –
UK
17 Jan 2018
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Guaranteed to Blow Your Mind
We have posted previously about the case of EMI Group Ltd v O&H Q1 Ltd, in which the court was asked to decide whether a tenant can assign its tenancy to its guarantor.
UK
24 Apr 2017
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One Year To Go. Are You Ready For The MEES Regulations?
It's now less than one year to go until the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015, commonly known as the MEES Regulations (minimum energy efficiency standards) come into effect. It's now less than one year to go until the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015, commonly known as the MEES Regulations (minimum energy efficiency standards) come into effect. It
UK
10 Apr 2017
10
Dilapidations Claims: Repair or Despair?
How can landlords make sure they can claim for the diminution in the value of their reversion when the lease of a dilapidated property comes to an end?
UK
29 Mar 2017
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Welsh Residential Private Rented Sector – Key New Regulations In Force
As we mentioned in an earlier post Regulations for dealing with private rented housing in Wales are increasing.
UK
21 Nov 2016
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A Construction Industry Scheme Is Taxing For Both Landlords And Tenants
A landlord can be deemed to be a contractor when they spend over an average of ฃ1,000,000 a year for three consecutive years on construction operations.
UK
4 Nov 2016
13
Construction Industry Scheme - Taxing Our Landlords And Tenants
The Construction Industry Scheme requires contractors to withhold tax from payments to subcontractors in relation to certain construction work
UK
4 Nov 2016
14
Rentcharges: Beasts Of Burden Or Burdensome Beasts?
Rentcharges are, in theory, a very useful way of securing a positive obligation to pay against freehold land owners.
UK
17 Oct 2016
15
Business Rates Update - 5 October 2016
There have been a number of developments on business rates which affect investment management and lettings to corporate occupiers.
UK
11 Oct 2016
16
Partitions And Vacant Possession
We are often asked by landlords whether tenants need to completely strip out premises including partitioning when they are required to deliver up vacant possession.
UK
9 Aug 2016
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Early Break Clauses In Lease Renewals
Be aware of the consequences of negotiating an early break right in a renewal lease. The flexibility that this might bring will come at a cost.
UK
7 Jul 2016
18
Recovering Possession Of Abandoned Residential Property
The headline news from the Housing and Planning Act 2016 makes it look as though there is a good new solution to enable residential landlords to get their property back in their control when it has been abandoned.
UK
6 Jul 2016
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Late Relief From Forfeiture
Commercial landlords know that if a tenant fails to pay rent and the lease contains a forfeiture clause, the landlord can forfeit the lease by peaceable re-entry...
UK
6 Jul 2016
20
That Sinking Feeling
Structuring the ownership of mixed use buildings requires care both initially and then during the management of the building.
UK
20 Jun 2016
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