Topical legal content articles for marketing commercial property 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:
Legal tips for optimising the sale value of commercial property
- how to make your property more appealing to optimise return;
- selling a property as an investment;
- considerations when selling a vacant property; and
- identifying key problems before they arise.
Can I change the use of my business premises?
- making the best use of commercial real estate;
- new flexibility and changes to planning law;
- contractual limits in leases and mortgages; and
- using a solicitor to negotiate a change of use.
Exiting your commercial lease – what are your options?
- exercising a break clause with attached conditions;
- negotiating the surrender of a commercial lease;
- finding a new tenant through assignment or underletting; and
- the importance of engaging a solicitor to help avoid pitfalls.
Landlords options for enforcing commercial tenants’ obligations
- recover rent arrears as business debt;
- drawing on rent deposits to cover unpaid rent;
- making a claim under lease guarantees, such as an AGA; and
- compromise agreements and preserving right to forfeit.
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.