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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
The challenge of funding the replacement of flammable cladding similar to that which caught fire in the Grenfell Tower disaster in London last year has been highlighted by a case ruled on by a tribunal in March. 06 Apr 2018
A break clause is a provision in a lease which enables either the landlord or the tenant, or both, to end the lease early.
A version of this guide first appeared in Estates Gazette
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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
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
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