Forfeiture Of A Commercial Lease - Part 1: Guide For Landlords

October 18th 2023 | landlord and tenant

This blog takes a look at what forfeiture is and what a landlord of commercial property can do when certain terms of the lease are breached. In Part 2, we take a look at forfeiture from a commercial tenant's perspective. Common law right to enter and change locks Historically, where read more...

Is a Counter Notice for Leasehold Extension Validly Sent by Email?

February 4th 2022 | landlord and tenant

The right of tenants of long-leasehold property to extend their leases is a matter of great importance. Getting it wrong, or not applying the rules, can have grave consequences for landlords and tenants. It follows that research on getting your claim and notices served correctly is worthwhile. Under Section 99 read more...

Change to Electrical Safety Regulations for Landlords

January 17th 2020 | landlord and tenant

The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020, if passed by Parliament, will be applicable to new residential tenancies from 1st July this year and existing tenancies from 1st February 2021. The Regulations will not apply to premises let by social or resident landlords, or long read more...
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