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Gowling WLG
While the current COVID-19 crisis affects mostly the primary debt market, which is paralysed in certain cases by the difficulty in carrying out the due diligence verifications that are necessary to...
Landlords and tenants need to have sensible discussions about the impact of the recent lockdown and restrictions on the tenants' particular businesses,...
Given the pressure that the current crisis is placing on businesses in most sectors it is likely that companies are reviewing cash flow and outgoings.
Carey Olsen
Landlords and tenants of residential properties in Jersey should be aware of an important legislative development enacted in response to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 outbreak.
WH Partners
The Private Residential Leases Act (Cap. 604 of the Laws of Malta) ("Act") has been drafted in a manner that provides for a stronger bias in favour of tenants over landlords. This is what the legislator set out to do...
Ana Bruno & Associados Sociedade de Advogados SPRL
In Portugal, the exceptional regime for situations of late payment of rents due under residential and non-residential lease agreements,
Marti & Associats
On April 1, Royal Decree-Law 11/2020, of March 31, was published, which adopts additional urgent measures in the social and economic sphere to confront COVID-19. The twelfth Final Provision indicates...
Cebi Law And Consultancy
Bu ve benzeri tedbirler ile sosyal izolasyonun desteklenmesi neticesinde iktisadi yaşam oldukça etkilenmiştir.
Esin Attorney Partnership
COVID-19: Kamu Taşınmazlarına İlişkin Bazı Satış ve Ecrimisil Bedellerinin Tahsilatı Ertelendi
Esin Attorney Partnership
In line with the Ministry of Health's normalization plan announced last week, shopping malls will reopen on May 11, 2020.
Withers LLP
As countries all around the World contemplate easing lockdown measures, people's thoughts are turning to what the world of work will look like in the ‘new normal'.
Clyde & Co
On Sunday 10th May Boris Johnson announced the UK's plan for a phased recovery from coronavirus, commencing with a gradual easing of restrictions and the introduction...
Wrigleys Solicitors
The Tenant Fees Act prohibits many fees landlords might charge other than basics like rent, deposit, and utilities. Are all your charges permitted?
Clyde & Co
Welcome to the first episode in our real estate 6 minute coffee break video discussions focussing on the topical issues facing our real estate clients. In this video, property litigators Keith Conway and Jeremy Stephen...
Mayer Brown
The UK Government has temporarily banned commercial landlords from issuing statutory demands and winding up petitions against commercial tenants unable to pay their bills due to coronavirus.
Withers LLP
Whilst many neighbours are forging new friendships and helping one another out, other neighbours are proving somewhat more difficult to live with during the lockdown period. In most cases, solutions
Clyde & Co
Prior to this week, landlords could serve notice and then instruct an Enforcement Agent to seize and sell a tenant's goods in order to recover rent (known as CRAR).
The discussion also looks ahead at how to handle financing pressure and potential distress in the months ahead.
Clyde & Co
Government guidance issued late on Thursday afternoon says that emergency legislation will be enacted to prevent "aggressive" pursuit of rent arrears by landlords.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Will landlords be able to keep tenants on the hook and will leases continue even when tenants try to exercise a break right? In the current state of COVID-19 ...
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