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Landlord, Tennant and Property News

Failure to Keep Tenant Informed Means Notice ValidAugust 10, 2016

Landlords can often move their offices several times during a long lease, meaning that the original address for service of documents on them becomes obsolete. When...

Court Declines to Imply Additional Terms Into LeaseAugust 1, 2016

There is a general rule in law, which applies to leases as well as contracts generally, that a legal agreement will normally be taken by...

Landlords Pay Price for Breach of Right of Quiet EnjoymentJuly 18, 2016

A recent case illustrates the risks landlords take if they refurbish tenanted buildings without taking sufficient account of the potential impact on their tenants. Almost all...

Planning Laws Can Be Used as Instruments of Social PolicyJuly 6, 2016

Planning laws are about the character and appearance of the built environment but can also be instruments of social policy. In one case which proves...

Tenants Cannot Assign Leases to Their Own GuarantorsJune 23, 2016

In a decision that clarifies a problem area of the law and will be required reading for commercial property professionals, the High Court has ruled...

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