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Taming Frankenstein's Monster
The reasons for the anti-avoidance provisions are well-rehearsed, and a useful reminder is contained in Allyson Colby's legal note on page 115.
UK
29 Jul 2016
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Supreme Court's Decision In M&S, Not Just A Property Case
Supreme Court's judgment handed down in Marks and Spencer plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company (Jersey) Limited and another.
UK
7 Dec 2015
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Guarantees And The 'One That Got Away'
It is often the case that a third party is called upon to guarantee a tenant's obligations under a lease, which provides a landlord with some degree of comfort that it has someone to turn to in the event of a tenant's demise.
UK
21 Oct 2013
4
Steel A March
The recent High Court decision in Peel Land and Property (Ports No. 3) Ltd v TS Sheerness Steel Ltd [2013] serves as a useful reminder of the principles a court will take into account when determining whether a tenant is entitled to remove equipment installed at the premises on lease expiry.
UK
21 Oct 2013
5
Game On
The rule established in Goldacre v Nortel is concerned with the ability of landlords to recover rent from those tenants who are in administration.
UK
21 Oct 2013
6
Put A Cap On It
Section 18(1) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1927 is frequently referred to as the "statutory cap on damages". It places a statutory cap on the amount of damages a landlord can recover from a tenant for breaches of the repairing covenants in a lease.
UK
18 Oct 2013
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Breaking The Mould
Break notices have long caused sleepless nights for tenants and their lawyers alike.
UK
18 Oct 2013
8
Informer: Real Estate Newsletter - Spring 2013
In the past few months, we have seen a number of major high street names in trouble, such as HMV, Blockbuster, Comet and Jessops. 
UK
8 Apr 2013
9
Please Release Me
The recent case of Baroque Investments Limited v Richard Heis, Samantha Rae Bewick (as Joint Liquidators of Teathers Limited) has highlighted a little-known risk for a landlord of accepting a surrender during the course of a lease.
UK
2 Apr 2013
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'Darling, I'm Leaving, You’d Best Pack Your Bags'
Does the other joint tenant still living in the property have a right to remain there as sole tenant?
UK
2 Apr 2013
11
Not In Occupation, But Clinging Onto Possession
Alienation covenants in leases are amongst the most wordy and can seem unduly repetitive, and the recent case of Ansa Logistics Ltd v Towerbeg Ltd & Ors illustrates why detailed wording is important.
UK
2 Apr 2013
12
Break Options – Yet Another Failed Attempt
The case of Canonical UK v TST Millbank LLC has added to the recent flurry of failed break clause cases.
UK
2 Apr 2013
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