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How To Demand Payment For Insurance
How should a demand for the payment of rent be sent?
UK
20 Jun 2012
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What To Do If Parties Want To Ignore The Fact A Lease Has Been Forfeited
Most leases give the landlord a right to re-enter and forfeit the lease if the tenant is in breach of any of it obligations.
UK
15 Mar 2012
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Break Clauses: Devil In The Detail
Two recent cases have again highlighted the inherent dangers to tenants in exercising conditional break rights.
UK
19 Jan 2012
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Ensure That A Right Of Way Fits The Bill
Developers are fully aware that it is essential for them to ensure that a development site has the necessary right of way to and from a public highway.
UK
4 Dec 2009
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Acceptance Of Tenantīs Cheque - Waiver Or Not?
When a tenant is in breach of a covenant in the lease, his landlord may have a right to forfeit that lease.
UK
1 Dec 2008
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New Code For Commercial Leases
The new Code of Practice for Commercial Leases in England and Wales 2007 was released today. This code has been drawn up by the RICS and other representatives of landlords, tenants and the Government.
UK
29 Mar 2007
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Workings Of The Disability Discrimination Act
There has been some bewilderment amongst the property world as to the impact that the Disability Discrimination may have on both owners and occupiers. In particular, landlords have been concerned that they will inevitably have to alter premises to accommodate tenants with disabilities. A recent case has shown that the Act may not be as draconian as first feared.
UK
5 Jan 2007
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Leases: Agreements Outside The Lease
A recent case has highlighted the difficulties that can arise when a landlord agrees to grant a concession but for various reasons does not want to include this in the lease. Often such concessions will be in the form of side letters or separate deeds and these are very likely to bind future owners of the landlordís interest.
UK
19 Dec 2006
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Squatters Register Now
Changes took place to the law of adverse possession following the Land Registration Act 2002. Previously a squatter who had clocked up 12 year's adverse possession could acquire the land.
UK
19 Oct 2006
10
Surrender and regrant: a reminder to watch out
When making a variation in a lease you need to be sure that a surrender and regrant of the lease is not inadvertently brought about. This may be implied notwithstanding the intentions of the parties .
UK
16 Jun 2006
11
Break clauses - material compliance with tenantís covenants as a pre-condition
Where a tenantís option to determine its lease is conditional upon material compliance with its covenants in the lease does this mean that any disrepair in the premises will deprive the tenant of his right to break?
UK
26 Jan 2006
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Automatic release of landlord is permitted
This week the House of Lords confirmed that a release of a landlordís covenants contained in the lease itself is not in breach of the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995.
UK
6 Dec 2005
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Acquiring title by adverse possession in breach of human rights
The European Court of Human Rights held on 15 November that the English law relating to adverse possession is in some cases, in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights.
UK
22 Nov 2005
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The Disability Discrimination Act 2005 - further developments
The Disability Discrimination Act 2005 received Royal Assent on 7 April 2005. The Act amends the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, introducing provisions that will affect providers of transport, public authorities, membership of private clubs and letting of premises.
UK
10 May 2005
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