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Tenant granted relief from forfeiture, despite a deliberate breach of covenant

United Kingdom - June 4 2019 A court has granted relief from forfeiture to an insolvent tenant of a long lease, despite the tenant’s deliberate breach of a keep open covenant…

Lucy Shepherd.

Court guidance on contracting out commercial leases

United Kingdom - June 6 2019 The High Court has adopted a robust approach in a rare case involving the contracting-out procedure under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 that was…

Michael Callaghan.

Arrears recovery in the time of COVID-19 - a landlord’s perspective

United Kingdom - October 5 2020 Since March, the government has enacted a raft of legislation designed to relieve the pressure on businesses which were struggling to pay their rent…

Nathan Rees.

Landlords scent victory

United Kingdom - May 14 2021 The Court of Appeal has unanimously held that a tenant’s statutory declarations given to landlords were valid even though they did not specify the…

Michael Callaghan.

A new protocol for resolving boundary disputes

United Kingdom - November 10 2017 A Protocol for Disputes between Neighbours about the Location of their Boundary - or the Boundary Disputes Protocol - has been written and issued by…

Lucy Shepherd.