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Ssshhhlandlord’s covenants for quiet enjoyment and nonderogation from grant

United Kingdom - December 19 2011 A landlord’s covenant for quiet enjoyment is a standard feature in modern leases and indeed is implied where not expressly provided....

Nick Armitage, William Lawrence, Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.


Boundary disputes: can you rely on plans?

United Kingdom - December 19 2011 In practice, boundary disputes sometimes arise when neighbours compare plans of their property to the position on the ground and find discrepancies....

Nick Armitage, William Lawrence, Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.


Rent review assumptions

United Kingdom - December 19 2011 In good or bad economic times determining the rent payable under a commercial lease is of the utmost importance to both landlords and tenants....

Nick Armitage, William Lawrence, Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.


Code of best practice for surveyors on the operation of service charges in commercial property

United Kingdom - December 19 2011 The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors has recently published a revised Code of Practice setting out best practice for the operation of service charges in leases of commercial property....

Nick Armitage, William Lawrence, Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.


(Some) relief for residential valuers Court of Appeal overturns Scullion decision

United Kingdom - September 21 2011 In what will come as a welcome relief to residential surveyors (and their insurers), the Court of Appeal has now overturned the controversial decision of the High Court in Scullion v Bank of Scotland plc (ta Colleys) in which the High Court held that a residential surveyor owed a duty of care to a buy-to-let investor is respect of future rental yield....

Nick Armitage, William Lawrence, Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Helen Hoath.