Tag: tenants

Landlord’s Development v Quiet Enjoyment

In what is proving to be a competitive market for commercial landlords, many are looking for different options to maximise the revenue from their investments by undertaking works to all or part of a tenant occupied building. This gives Landlords the opportunity to increase their yields by exploring potential developments or conversions of their building. …

Breaking Bad Leases – the latest pitfalls in exercising break clauses

With the dust having firmly settled and break clauses tweaked following last year’s landmark case of Marks & Spencer plc v BNP Paribas, where it was deemed that rent paid in advance before a break date would not have to be refunded for the post break period unless the lease expressly stated this, a new …

Non Payment of Rents: A Guide for Landlords and Managing Agents

While the financial climate is much healthier than it has been in the previous five years, landlords and managing agents of commercial properties I speak to still tell me they have problems with their commercial tenants failing to pay the rents and services charges. So, what can you do when payment has not materialised by …