While the various restrictions preventing landlords from taking actions against tenants to recover rent arrears during the Covid-19 pandemic have provided much needed breathing space for tenants, none of these measures extinguish tenants’ liabilities. Tenants have therefore been looking at other avenues to defend claims for rent arrears. Could insurance and rent suspension be the […]
The Electronic Communications Code introduced in 2017 is notoriously favourable to telecommunication operators giving them wide-reaching rights to install and operate equipment on land (“code rights”) and affording them security of tenure. In two recent cases, the balance was however tipped in landowners’ favour. Public interest vs prejudice to landowner Under Paragraph 20 of the […]
While the full impact of the Covid-19 crisis on commercial rental levels is not yet known, landlords and tenants may be able to capitalise on the market fluctuations caused by the pandemic by making use of the interim rent mechanism under the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 (the Act). In broad terms, interim rent is […]
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