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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, Caroline Wort.


Within, from or to? Calculating time in notice provisions

United Kingdom - September 28 2012 When it comes to giving notice whether as a landlord or a tenant the issue of when to send that letter, fax or email can be particularly problematic....

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


Health and safety challenges for commercial landlords

United Kingdom - September 28 2012 Commercial landlords leasing non domestic premises can often be unclear as to the extent of their health and safety duties....

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


Qui sentit commodum, sentire debet et onus

United Kingdom - September 29 2010 Literally this means that he who enjoys the benefit ought also to bear the burden, he who enjoys the advantage of a right should also take the accompanying disadvantage....

Nick Armitage, William Lawrence, Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge, Caroline Wort.


Always read the label: without prejudice and subject to contract

United Kingdom - December 19 2012 The labels we put on legal documents can be all important when it comes to whether or not they are enforceable as contracts or admissible in court....

Ben Walters, William Lawrence, Patrick Walker, Sally Lodge.