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:
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.
Commercial property landlords – options during COVID-19 crisis
- hings to consider when a tenant requests rent concessions;
- recording any lease variations;
- enforcing tenants’ payment obligations; and
- assistance for commercial landlords.
Coronavirus commercial property legal FAQs
- what is force majeure, and will it apply?
- can a tenant stop paying rent?
- closing premises and whether tenants will be liable; and
- health and safety obligations of multi-let properties.
Electronic signatures and commercial property documents?
- the legal formalities for property documents;
- difficulties of using electronic signatures with HM Land Registry;
- legal binding terms for sale; and
- granting or taking a lease as a deed.
Relief from forfeiture if the tenant forgets to pay rent
- the landlord’s right to forfeit a lease;
- a look into the recent case of The Manchester Ship Canal Company Ltd v Vauxhall Motors Ltd;
- the forfeiture process; and
- when business hold a licence instead of a lease.
Green leases and moves to improve energy efficiency
- proposals for new minimum energy efficiency standards;
- how to define a green lease;
- the practical issues to be covered; and
- landlords and tenants working together.