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The High Court in two recent unrelated decisions ruled in favour of landlords of retail multiples, which raise interesting questions in relation to the restructuring of insolvent lessees generally.
Eversheds Sutherland
The world of commercial leasing as we have known it, is changing.
Beale & Co
The recent case of Rochford Construction Ltd v Kihan Construction Ltd reinforces importance of clear payment dates and suggests that fixing the final date for payment by reference to an invoice...
Dillon Eustace
On 1 October 2020 the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation published the "Code of Conduct between Landlords and Tenants for Commercial Rents" (the Code).
The Department of Business, Enterprise and Employment, currently headed up by the Tánaiste and Leader of Fine Gael, Leo Varadkar...
The Help to Buy Scheme was introduced in July 2016 to help first-time buyers buy or self-build a new residential property.
The start of lockdown initiated a significant slowdown in the property market during early spring.
Malta Sotheby's International Realty
Back in June of 2020 as part of the Malta Economic Regeneration Plan, the government slashed property stamp duty rates motivating both buyers and sellers to invest in themselves and the economy.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Four crofting townships appealed against the Crofting Commission's refusal to approve their application for a particular use of their common grazings at Sandwickhill North Street in Stornoway.
Withers LLP
As our Future of Real Estate report recognises, a greatly increased amount of homeworking is almost certainly here to stay, causing a revolution in thinking about the purpose,...
Rollits LLP
In a recent planning appeal decision, the Planning Inspector held that the use of an agricultural property for commercial donkey rides would be a material change of use.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Modular construction has become increasingly popular in recent years. Once synonymous with ‘pre-fab' houses and concrete tower blocks, the potential cost
Butcher & Barlow
One of the many effects of the coronavirus pandemic has been the increasing use of public footpaths by those wishing to enjoy some outside walking or leisure activities.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The Law Commission's message to the government from its three reports published on 21 July is clear: to achieve the stated aim of tipping the balance of power in the favour of homeowners, the way forward is commonhold.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Shepherd and Wedderburn's rural disputes team has shared key insights into resolving common problems through a series of coffee break-style webinars.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
My client owns a flat which he lets out and, on 30 September last year, he granted a 12-month assured shorthold tenancy of the flat.
Hill Dickinson
Hybrid construction contracts are those that include both construction operations covered by the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 and non-construction operations.
Clyde & Co
Introducing the next episode in our real estate coffee break video discussions, focusing on the topical issues facing our real estate clients.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
With countless retail, leisure and hospitality tenants currently struggling and some office occupiers looking to go fully remote, we may well see an increase in the number of empty commercial properties in the coming months.
Butcher & Barlow
The Government has announced an extension of the existing restrictions on commercial landlords' ability to commence enforcement of breaches of leases including forfeiture.
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