Insights: October 2007

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Mixed use leases


Let’s imagine that a tenant of yours is taking a lease of premises which are partly commercial and partly residential, or you are buying the freehold (or a reversionary leasehold) of property which is partly commercial and partly residential. The most common situation where this arises is where the tenant operates a business on the […]

£100m+ acquisition for RREEF Real Estate


Fladgate has advised RREEF Real Estate, part of the global alternative investment management business of Deutsche Bank’s Asset Management division, on its £100m+ acquisition of the Four Pillars Hotel Group. Four Pillars is an independent hotel group which owns and operates hotels in Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire, including a recently opened 220 bedroom conference and spa […]

Dealing with shop tenants that redecorate


I am the owner of a property managing company and I’ve just discovered that the tenants to one of our shops has painted the outside of the building and made some dramatic changes to the main doorway without my consent. I have served a formal notice requesting that they return the shop to its previous […]

Fladgate advises on major outsourcing agreements


Fladgate has recently advised Cambridge Assessment, Europe’s largest assessment agency, on two significant IT transactions, namely: an offshoring framework agreement with HCL Technologies Limited, one of India’s leading IT service providers, and an e-marking outsourcing agreement with RM plc, the UK’s leading provider of ICT and other services into the education sector. The agreement with […]