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Do I Need A Schedule Of Condition?

Before you take a lease of new premises, it can be easy to not think about what happens when a lease comes to an end.  However, tenants need to be thinking about what their repairing liability is under a lease is before they enter into the...

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Tenants: Get Yourself In The Right Gear

...do you want a reversionary lease, or do you actually want to regear your lease? In these strange and challenging times, many tenants are looking to change the terms of their lease, by, for example, agreeing to an extended lease in return for a...

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Why Building Regulations are Important

What are Building Regulations? The UK Planning Portal defines Building Regulations as being the “minimum standards for design, construction, and alterations to virtually every building”. In practice, Building Regulations control the methods...

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Tenants Not Coming Up Smelling of Roses

Background Unless the Landlord and Tenant agree that the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 won’t apply to a new lease, a Tenant has a statutory right to renew its lease at the end of the term. If it is agreed that the 1954 Act won’t apply to a...

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