Commercial Property And Real Estate Articles
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Government extends the moratorium on landlords enforcing their rights to recover possession until 31 December 2020.
Lawson-West’s experienced commercial solicitor, David Heys, outlines some of the questions facing business owners with post-lockdown premises issues; many seek to change their lease or vacate their premises.
There are six main ways for you as Tenant to get out of your lease. You do need to be careful and abide by the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954.
We have a building with two floors but the business has shrunk a little and we have made some efficiency savings so we only need one floor. Can I sub-let the other floor?
Lawson-West Director Ashley Hunt offers his view of a changing commercial property landscape. “We’re now in a brave new commercial property world.”
The Effects of Coronavirus on your Business - Are you using your business premises and lease to full effect?
How the Government's new protective measures work for commercial tenants paying rent, ensuring cash-flow for landlords
A break clause is a clause in a fixed period lease providing both the tenant and the landlord with the option to end the lease early. As a tenant this can be extremely useful, particularly if it is a new business venture or a new branch being opened. A break clause permits a tenant to walk away from the premises if it transpires it is no longer a viable option to maintain.
MEES (short for Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards) originate from the Energy Act 2011. They help the Government in meeting carbon reduction targets. The better the insulation and heating systems, the less amount of heating and energy will be required and therefore, reducing the carbon footprint.
The revised Electronic Communications Code, now known as The Digital Economy Act, came into effect on the 28th December 2017, it changes the rights under the Telecommunications Act 1984.
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