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Documenting health premises occupation

United Kingdom - March 2 2015 There is currently a concerted effort by various NHS landlord organisations to formalise existing undocumented occupations. This will be helpful for…

Co-authors: Anne Fairhurst, David Stead.


Negotiating your tenant break: lessons learned from recent case law

United Kingdom - September 1 2014 Recent cases have underscored the need for tenants to avoid conditional break rights in leases - it is too easy for a break notice to fail on a…


Premises charges for commissioners announced

United Kingdom - June 21 2013 Earlier this month the Department of Health (DH) published details of the 2013 -14 charges to commissioners for property costs which are not…


Lease surrenders - unexpected consequences where no clean break

United Kingdom - June 17 2013 In the case of Baroque Investments Limited v Heis and Bewick (2012), the parties agreed the surrender of a lease. The deed of surrender gave a…


New premises directions

United Kingdom - May 10 2013 One consequence of the NHS reorganisation has been the issue of the National Health Service (General Medical Services - Premises Costs) Directions…

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