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:
Tips for buying your first commercial property
- considering your investment strategy;
- key traps to watch out for in a property;
- securing your income stream from tenants; and
- the value of good legal advice before committing.
Key lease negotiation points for landlords
flexibility in rent and rent reviews;
control over assignment and underlettings ;
obligations to repair and maintain the property ; and
- improving energy performance.
Key points when negotiating a promotion agreement for your land
how a promotion agreement works;
- the pros and cons of a promotion agreement;
setting out developer’s obligations; and
common issues to watch out for during negotiations.
Developing on brownfield building land
- practicalities and getting a solicitor's advice;
- advantages of brownfield development;
- key risks associated with redeveloping an old site; and
- considerations for improving biodiversity.
Reform Bill: What does it mean for landlords?
- new rights introduced for private tenants;
- key measures to be implemented by the end of 2022;
- implications of the new rules for landlords; and
- why you need legal advice from a property lawyer.
Building Safety Act 2022 – impact on developers, contractors and landlords
the key aims and long-term impact of the Act;
design and construction of builds and residential conversions;
the focus on safety in occupied buildings; and
rules on dealing with pre-existing defective cladding.