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Tenant & Landlord Breaks: A break clause is common in both private residential tenancy agreements and commercial leases, therefore it is highly advisable that both landlords and tenants are familiar with the nature of break clauses in their lease and...
Lease Agreements: Landlords of residential properties have become used to the “rules of the game” being largely governed by statute, that is laws laid down by Parliament. They govern the relationship between landlord and tenant much to the...
Commercial Property: A commercial lease is based on contract law and a contractual agreement between landlord and tenant. The rules laid down are those as agreed in the lease agreement and are largely unencumbered by statutory rules, unlike the case...
The Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 Part II deals with the leasing of Commercial (Business) Premises in England & Wales. Commercial (Business Tenancies) Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, Part II The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (the Act) is an important...
Commercial Property: While Brexit may be frustrating for many people, whether it can frustrate a lease has recently been reviewed by the High Court. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is the European Union (EU) agency responsible for...
1.0  Introduction  1.1 -  At rent review, the starting point obviously is to read the lease. I say ‘obviously’ because it never ceases to amaze me just how many landlords and tenants I come across having a go at rent...
In 1978, I published a pamphlet "The Framework of Rent Review Clauses" which was given free publicity in leading law and property journals. In 1983, I published a 28-page booklet ' How to do a Rent Review’; priced at...
The above video (a 1984 documentary) is worth viewing* for the insight it offers into short-term thinking. (*Approximately 50 minutes) Some years ago, on a new development of private housing (constructed in about 1993), a friend decided to update the...
Stamp Duty – Commercial: Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) has risks for those tenants “holding over” as commercial tenant occupiers, when new lease terms are being negotiated. Tenants in occupation of commercial premises who want to renew their lease will usually...
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Commercial Tenancies: The idea of the full repairing (including decorating) lease is that when the tenant yields up the premises on expiry of the contractual term, or sooner termination, the state of repair and condition that the premises are left...