Landlords take note – the right to forfeit is lost when CRAR is used

Landlords take note – the right to forfeit is lost when CRAR is used

Whilst the ancient landlord remedy of levying distress on a tenants goods in order to release funds to discharge rent arrears was accepted by the Courts as a landlord act which unequivocally affirmed the continuation of the tenants lease (thereby precluding the...
Philip Otvos attends talk hosted by CRELA

Philip Otvos attends talk hosted by CRELA

Property Partner, Philip Otvos, attended an informative talk last night hosted in the City by CRELA (The Commercial Real Estate Legal Association) and delivered by Neil Parker, a senior Market Strategist at NatWest entitled “Deal or No Deal” about the potential impact...
Top 5 points to consider when negotiating a Lease (acting for a Tenant)

Top 5 points to consider when negotiating a Lease (acting for a Tenant)

The commercial terms for a new lease are a matter of negotiation between the Landlord and the Tenant. Whilst commercial factors will to a large extent determine the headline terms (such as the term length and annual rent payable), significant concessions can be won as...
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