Commercial Property

Out On A Limb When you enter a business tenancy you will quickly have to decide whether or not you want to contract out of the security of tenure provisions in the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (the Act). more
Three Golden Rules For Handling Customer Complaints As a business owner, one of the most stressful things to deal with is a customer complaint. The trick is to never ignore a complaint, listen to the customer and try and turn what they perceive as a negative experience into a positive one. more
Rent Review Rows And How To Avoid Them 'A rent review clause is designed to deal with a particular commercial problem, namely that of the tenant who wants security of tenure for a lengthy term, and the landlord who, in times of inflation or a rapidly changing property market, does not want to commit himself to a fixed rent for the whole of that term.'—(Hoffmann J in MFI Properties v BICC Group Pension Trust [1986] 1 EGLR 115). more
Keeping Up Shop When you enter into a commercial lease, it is imperative that you know what your maintenance and repair obligations are, and that you do not bind yourself to onerous responsibilities when negotiating the tenancy agreement. more
How Tenants Can Quit a Commercial Lease Early In business, the lease on your shop, office, factory or plant is often one of the biggest overheads. Therefore, negotiating favourable terms when you sign a commercial lease is imperative for the ongoing success of your enterprise and keeping your stress levels in check. more
Agricultural Tenancies Under UK law there are two types of agricultural tenancies. They are: more

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