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Landlord, Tennant and Property News

Tenants First – Or ElseJanuary 16, 2017

When the landlord of a residential building wishes to sell it (make a 'relevant disposal') with the associated tenancies left intact, it has a legal...

New Homes v Office Space Retention – High Court Holds the LineDecember 20, 2016

Relentless pressure for more new housing in urban areas tends to relegate to second place the need for office space in planning terms, and in...

Lease Break Fails Over Partition PermanenceDecember 6, 2016

Commercial leases normally contain a provision that if a tenant wishes to break the lease, they must remove all their property (chattels in legal parlance)...

Delay Not Fatal in Resisting LandlordNovember 17, 2016

When a commercial tenant fails to pay rent due, the landlord can take legal action to terminate the lease or can 'peaceably re-enter' the premises...

Submitting to an Expert’s Jurisdiction is a One Way StreetNovember 3, 2016

Contracts often provide for the appointment of independent experts to resolve any disputes arising, and voluntary submission to their jurisdiction is usually irrevocable. One building...

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