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A commercial landlord acted unreasonably by withholding from a tenant its consent to apply for planning permission to change the use of the middle two storeys of a building from commercial to residential, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 19 Apr 2018
An air handling system used in connection with frozen foods retailer Iceland's refrigerated storage is part of a 'trade process', and therefore exempt from business rates, the UK's highest court has ruled. 08 Mar 2018
Commercial tenants holding leases entered into since land and building transaction tax (LBTT) was introduced in Scotland are subject to additional obligations to submit regular returns to Revenue Scotland to ensure that they pay tax in line with the actual...
MEES are intended to ensure that all let properties in England and Wales are brought up to an E rating on an energy performance certificate. Any let property at a F or G EPC rating will be deemed substandard.
This guide was updated in April 2015
This is one of a series of guides on issues connected to ring-fencing and banking reform faced by banks. Other guides cover issues such as tax, employment, issues for directors, pensions, litigation, third party contracts and competition considerations....
A break clause is a provision in a lease which enables either the landlord or the tenant, or both, to end the lease early.
From 2015, it will be illegal to use Hydrochlorofluorocarbons ( HCFCs ), including the ozone-depleting refrigerant gas R22, in refrigeration, heat pump and air conditioning (AC) systems. R22 is commonly used in AC systems pre-dating 2004 and so its ban...
ANALYSIS: A landlord which withholds its consent to a lease assignment will not necessarily be doing so unreasonably where it has multiple reasons for doing so, and only one of those reasons is itself unreasonable. 07 Mar 2018
An insurance broker failed to exercise a break clause in a lease because it was not registered as a tenant with the Land Registry when the notice was served, the High Court has ruled. 08 Feb 2018
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