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Interim Code rights – the Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill Keeping It Real Estate

Operators have been having issues in relation to non-responsive owners of multi-let buildings where the Operator’s customer occupies part of the building as a tenant. This means that...

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Don’t take it personally: Is the benefit of an agreement for lease personal to the landlord? Keeping It Real Estate

In Bella Italia Restaurants Limited v Stane Park Limited, Bella Italia had entered into a conditional agreement for lease with its prospective landlord, the Trustees of the Churchmanor...

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Confirmation from the Court of Appeal: Exercising CRAR will waive a right to forfeit Keeping It Real Estate

In an earlier blog we discussed the High Court decision in the case of Thirunavukkrasu v Brar & Brar. The High Court confirmed that taking action pursuant to the Commercial Rent Arrears ...

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Court of Appeal confirms that telecoms operators can obtain Code rights to carry out site visits Keeping It Real Estate

A second case has been decided by the Court of Appeal under the 2017 Electronic Communications Code (the “Code“). The Court upheld the decision of the Upper Tribunal that an...

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Telecoms operators do not have a choice between the Code and the 1954 Act on renewal of rights Keeping It Real Estate

The Upper Tribunal has considered for the first time the relationship between the new Electronic Communications Code and the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, ruling that an operator in...

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Landlord consent case splits the Supreme Court Keeping It Real Estate

Property cases do not often make it all the way to the Supreme Court, let alone cases relating to a landord’s refusal of consent under a lease. For that reason alone, the Supreme...

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Don’t overstep the mark: what can an independent expert decide in a rent review determination? Keeping It Real Estate

The old saying goes “if you give them an inch, they’ll take a mile”, but the Court of Appeal has reaffirmed that an independent expert appointed by parties to make a...

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Electronic signatures: a warning sign Keeping It Real Estate

How do you sign your emails? If your name and contact details are automatically generated at the bottom of an e-mail, do you consider you have signed the e-mail and should be contractually...

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Higher MEES on the horizon? Keeping It Real Estate

On 15 October, the government published a consultation on tightening minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) for commercial properties.

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