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Real Estate - Tip Of The Week: Contracting Out Of The 1954 Act
Where it is agreed between the parties that a business tenant will not have a right to renew its lease at the end of its term it is imperative that the statutory process excluding this right
UK
25 Jun 2019
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LGBTQ+ And Living Together In The UK (Cohabitation)
When it's time to take the next step in your relationship, moving in together is the natural progression.
UK
21 Jun 2019
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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) – One Year On
The principal provisions of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) came into force on 1 April 2018. One year on, we look back to consider the effect MEES
UK
20 Jun 2019
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Housing Leases In Catalunya
On May 21, 2019 the Government of the Generalitat de Catalunya approved Decree Law 9/2019, of 21 May on urgent measures in the area of rent containment in housing leases
UK
13 Jun 2019
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Real Estate Tip Of The Week: Lease Frustration
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) entered into a 25 year lease of commercial premises in October 2014.
UK
13 Jun 2019
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Development Plans Have "Reasonable Prospect" Of Taking Off.
Tenants at an airfield contested their Landlord's notice to terminate their 1954 Act protected tenancies. The Landlord wished to promote the airfield site as a residential development.
UK
11 Jun 2019
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Comply With Your Obligations At The Beginning Of The Tenancy Or Lose The Ability To Serve A Section 21 Notice!
Suzanne Bingham considers a recent unreported judgment in the County Court that confirms that failure by Landlords to supply a current gas certificate to residential tenants at the start
UK
11 Jun 2019
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An Experts Decision Is Final
A disgruntled tenant challenged an "expert" surveyor's rent review decision on the basis that it erred in law. The tenant argued that the surveyor had asked the wrong questions and the decision
UK
11 Jun 2019
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Government Proposes To Scrap No Fault Evictions
The government is consulting on its proposal to prevent landlords from evicting residential tenants without a reason. It is proposed that unless a Landlord can demonstrate a "good reason"
UK
11 Jun 2019
10
Rateable Value: The Supreme Court Departs From Reality
The Supreme Court has decided that a rateable value of £370,000 should be entered into the ratings list for an office block in Blackpool despite ...
UK
7 Jun 2019
11
Update On How Retirement Complexes' Event Fees Could Affect Community-Led Housing Groups
An event fee is a charge made by a landlord on the occurrence of a specified event, for instance, if a tenant sells its lease.
UK
5 Jun 2019
12
When Can A Guarantor Guarantee An AGA?
The High Court decision in Co-Operative Group Food Ltd v. A&A Shah Properties Ltd [2019] EWHC 941 (Ch) is an interesting decision on the thorny issue of how a guarantor can validly guarantee an outgoing tenant's...
UK
28 May 2019
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Government Announces Measures On Electrical Safety Requirements In The Private Rented Sector
On 29 January 2019, the government announced tough new measures relating to mandatory electrical inspections for private rented accommodation in England.
UK
21 May 2019
14
Make Sure You Get It In Writing
The claim in a recent case arose in relation to whether the occupants of commercial premises had a right to a tenancy.
UK
21 May 2019
15
Agriculture, Food & Rural Business Update - March 2019
The Planning Inspectorate has considered what constitutes a "village" for the purposes of paragraph 145 e) of the NPPF in the context of a planning appeal in relation to an application for the construction...
UK
17 May 2019
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UK
17 May 2019
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Relief From Forfeiture – In The Balance
The demise of high street retail and the insolvency of household names, including Woolworths, BHS, and more recently Debenhams and Monsoon has been a real headache for property owners.
UK
15 May 2019
18
Health And Safety In Buildings: The Health And Safety File
With health and safety in buildings under increasing scrutiny, we look at the legal requirements for health and safety files and provide some top tips for commercial property transactions
UK
10 May 2019
19
Can A Landlord Forfeit A Long Lease?
Hogan Lovells recently represented the landlords in SHB Realisations Limited and GB Europe Management Services Limited v Cribbs Mall Nominee (1) Limited and Cribbs Mall Nominee (2) Limited
UK
1 May 2019
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UK Tenancy Regulation Amendment For Eviction
Renting property is a crucial and important part of a considerable number of people's lives. In the UK, just under 40% of people rent at this point in time, though only around 20% rent privately.
UK
1 May 2019
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