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  1. I wouldn't have thought this within the realms of...

    I wouldn't have thought this within the realms of a Business Transfer Agency.

    I'd go to to a rural or specialist firm of chartered surveyors, such as Savills, Fenn Wright, Fisher German, or...
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    A s25 notice ends the existing lease and contains...

    A s25 notice ends the existing lease and contains proposals for renewal. Business tenants do not have automatic security of tenure, it must be applied for. Merely because you are not opposing renewal...
  3. Since rent and other payments due under the lease...

    Since rent and other payments due under the lease are payable whether or not the tenant's business is profitable/successful, I don't think it matters what opinion the landlord has of the tenant's...
  4. There is nothing special about the Crown Estate...

    There is nothing special about the Crown Estate in this context, it's basically a government department.

    I should expect the service charge to be for the upkeep of those pats of the building that...
  5. Your starting point of the definition of 'demised...

    Your starting point of the definition of 'demised premises' as specified in the lease. Until you have ascertained that, it is not going to be possible to determine who is responsible.

    Also, you...
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    Assuming the s25 notice wording is valid,...

    Assuming the s25 notice wording is valid, application to court can be made at any time before the end date in the notice, you say November, unless the date for the application is extended by...
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    Since you'e agreed the new lease terms,...

    Since you'e agreed the new lease terms, presumably that includes the commencement date of the new term and rent?
    In any event, provided the landlord applied for interim rent, then yes, the increase...
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    The valuation for rent review doesn't have to be...

    The valuation for rent review doesn't have to be index-linked of some sort, or the market rent: it could also be linked to the rent of another types of property. For example, I'm dealing with a...
  9. If you are 100% confident that £20 pm extra is...

    If you are 100% confident that £20 pm extra is realistic then going to arbitration shouldn't cost you anything, although you may have to lay out some money for reimbursement at the end of the...
  10. I have an account with the Land Registry. If you...

    I have an account with the Land Registry. If you would like to email me off board with the address and postcode of the property then I'll have a look and let you know.
  11. Dilapidation compliance won't solve the problem...

    Dilapidation compliance won't solve the problem of the desired increase in rent. What happens if the tenant does the work, you still won't get a rent increase.
  12. You cannot enforce your proposed increase because...

    You cannot enforce your proposed increase because the tenant has not agreed the extra £20.
    The tenant will not be in arrears until the reviewed rent is agreed or ascertained by arbitration, and even...
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    Since there is no link between market rent (also...

    Since there is no link between market rent (also known as OMRV or OMR) and inflation, there is no reason why tenants should agree to a non-stadard method of rent review unless to their advantage.
    ...
  14. I don't understand what the problem is. Rather I...

    I don't understand what the problem is. Rather I do understand, but…

    You signed the signed so presumably you knew or were advised on what you were letting yourself in for?

    With a rent review,...
  15. "I have been told that by law I should not be...

    "I have been told that by law I should not be paying more rent per annum for commercial premises than the rateable value which is used to calculate my business rates."

    Nonsense!

    The landlord...
  16. If it's a shop property that you are considering...

    If it's a shop property that you are considering then my ML Guide might be of interest.

    http://www.michaellever.co.uk/mlguide/mlg09/
  17. When the opposition is for redevelopment, etc,...

    When the opposition is for redevelopment, etc, there can be no claim for dilapidations. LTA1927, s18(1)
  18. although my lease says that at the end of the...

    <i>although my lease says that at the end of the lease the tenant will vacate, this is meaningless as the tenant will have the right to renew. </i>

    That is correct. The right to renew however...
  19. Nothing wrong at all with using the free gov ONS...

    Nothing wrong at all with using the free gov ONS monthly data - your link is not to the official version!
    The ONS link is...
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    Is the rent keeping pace with inflation?

    To check, you are welcome to use my RPI and Rent Calculator. More details here.
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    For Clients and visitors to my website, I provide a Retail Price Index and Rent Calculator.
    Index figures since 1974 are provided.
    The calculator is free to use, no obligation to use my services....
  22. I don't understand why things have to be so...

    I don't understand why things have to be so complicated.

    From what you say, notice has opposed renewal on a compensatory ground, or alternatively if a notice opposing renewal were served then the...
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    Can they continue occupying the property without...

    Can they continue occupying the property without a lease?

    Yes.

    You cannot demand a new lease as such: if the tenant want out that that's up to them. The only way to force the pace is to end the...
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    If the landlord serves s25 notice opposing...

    If the landlord serves s25 notice opposing renewal and you are not in occupation of the premises for business purposes on the end date in the notice then you'd have no right to renew. To qualify for...
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    Following on from Lawcruncher's reply, one of the...

    Following on from Lawcruncher's reply, one of the grounds for opposing renewal is persistent delay in payment of rent. However, a difference exists between opposing renewal and successfully opposing....
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