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Skeletons in the (contracted out) closet: unexpected occupiers at lease expiry

United Kingdom - October 30 2018 It’s lease expiry day and your tenant has crept off into the twilight. You cheerfully stroll along to the premises to check all is in order, slightly...

Wording is key be clear or be sorry

United Kingdom - October 21 2015 In Arnold v Britton & Ors 2015 UKSC 36, the Supreme Court held that, when interpreting a contract, the words used must take precedence over what...

Threshold for presenting a creditor's bankruptcy petition to rise to £5,000

United Kingdom - March 24 2015 In January 2015, the Government published legislation which proposes to increase the level of debt necessary for a creditor to present a bankruptcy...

When must I intend to redevelop my premises? Opposing a business lease renewal under the redevelopment ground

United Kingdom - March 24 2015 The time by which a landlord need demonstrate its intention to redevelop premises when opposing renewal to a business tenant on this specified ground...

Tenant's goods what can I do?

United Kingdom, Canada - June 18 2014 A common problem faced by landlords is when a tenant leaves fixtures, fittings and possessions behind at the end of a lease. But what exactly can a...

Donald Lambert.