Topical legal content articles for marketing commercial property law
Whether the property market is going up or going down, developers, investors, landlord and tenants need good advice on their commercial property interests, and it is important to keep your clients up to date with changes in the law.
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Previous legal topics
Examples of the commercial property law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Is it time to open a pop-up shop?
- key considerations for a startup;
- negotiating a deal that works for your business;
- complying with conditions of use and health & safety requirements; and
- shutting up shop and ensuring legal documents are in order.
Acquiring title by adverse possession
- what is ‘adverse possession’?
- when does a business have rights of adverse possession;
- applying to be the registered owner of the land; and
- how to proceed in the event of a dispute with the landowner.
Alternative rent structures in commercial leases
- securing a reliable and predictable rental income;
- alternative options to the traditional rent structure;
- considerations for monthly, turnover and index-linked rent; and
- identifying which rent structure works for you.
Extending into outdoor space – issues for landlords and tenants
- the importance of tenants obtaining permission to extend outside;
- granting short-term licences for temporary use of outdoor space;
- making long-term variations to the lease; and
- ensuring businesses comply with the law and social distancing measures.
Restructuring your commercial property portfolio
- making the best of acquisition opportunities and due diligence;
- selling properties which are not performing well;
- managing risk and return on investment; and
- when you need legal advice on investment strategies.
Emerging from lockdown and changes to commercial property
- importance of owners and occupiers working together;
- key updates to the Government guidance;
- responsibilities under the health and safety regime; and
- the impact on service charges.