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Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 10 May 2022

Dealing with Dilapidations at lease end

Towards the end of a lease, the landlord will instruct a building surveyor to inspect the premises and arrange to serve upon the tenant a schedule of…
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Mayer Brown | Hong Kong | 5 May 2022

What Hong Kong Lenders Should Know: New Ordinance Providing Temporary Protection for Business Tenants in the Midst of COVID-19

The Temporary Protection Measures for Business Tenants (COVID-19 Pandemic) Ordinance (Cap. 644) (the Ordinance) came into effect on 1 May 2022. Mayer…
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Mayer Brown | United Kingdom | 3 May 2022

Levelling Up - Government to play matchmaker on the high street?

The Government’s recent Levelling Up the United Kingdom White Paper announced the intention to give local authorities the power to require landlords…
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Mayer Brown | Hong Kong | 3 May 2022

"Breathing Space" for Commercial Tenancies? What Hong Kong Landlords and Tenants Need to Know About COVID-19 Rental Moratorium

Hong Kong’s Legislative Council passed the Temporary Protection Measures for Business Tenants (COVID-19 Pandemic) Ordinance (Cap.644) (the Ordinance)…
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Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC | USA | 25 Apr 2022

Evicting a Tenant in Michigan: Tips for First-Time Commercial Landlords

There are abundant opportunities in commercial real estate, but these don't come without challenges, such as dealing with problem tenants. We advise…
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Boodle Hatfield | United Kingdom | 22 Apr 2022

You've Got A Deal: Heads of Terms - Part 4 (Dark Stores Focus)

As part of the grant of any lease, the tenant will want to ensure it is able to carry out its fit out works. Typically the restrictions on…
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Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Apr 2022

Inflation and Dilapidations - when should a landlord's loss be measured?

Recent inflation has resulted in a significant increase in the price of goods and services in the construction industry. This has, in turn, resulted…
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Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 7 Apr 2022

Time Up on Tacit Relocation?

Tacit relocation is a quirk of Scots law that can easily catch out landlords and tenants if they aren't prepared. Despite parties agreeing a lease…
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Pitkowitz & Partners | Austria | 1 Apr 2022

Supreme Court issues landlord-friendly decision on pandemic-related rent reductions

The Austrian Supreme Court recently held that a tenant that operates a restaurant is not entitled to a 100% rent reduction during the covid-19 lockdown periods if takeaway and delivery were permitted, irrespective of whether the tenant had actually offered these services during that time. This refreshing decision shows that the Supreme Court is prepared to take a more landlord-friendly......
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Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC | USA | 1 Apr 2022

Tips for First-Time Commercial Real Estate Landlords

Many first-time commercial real estate owners/landlords get into the business with the hope of building equity and generating relatively passive…
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