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Property Owners: Getting Trespassers Out As Quickly As Possible

Cambridge Street England

Trespassers will be prosecuted; a phrase familiar to all property owners. Often, the... Read More

Breach of Subletting Covenants

A recent Court of Appeal case has highlighted the importance for tenants to comply with... Read More

Commercial Tenants told to Mind the Gap

Mind the Registration Gap

A recent High Court case has emphasised the importance of getting assignments of leases... Read More

Developers: Building Contracts & Implied Terms

In the recent case Clin v Walter Lilly [2018] EWCA Civ 490, the Court of Appeal has found... Read More

Landlords: Unreasonably refusing consent to assign

PHOTO: Elizabeth Deyong, Head of Commerical Property at Barr Ellison

The Court of Appeal has recently provided clarification to both residential and... Read More

Is Security of Tenure Dead for Business Tenants?

Security of Tenure is Dead. Long Live Security of Tenure.

The High Court’s recent decision in S Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd... Read More