Impact of COVID-19 on the real estate and hotel industry

The Corona crisis has hit many industries. The real estate market in general is also effected but in particular it is impacting the retail and hospitality sectors for the future.

What is the basic situation regarding the closure of hotel operations by the tenant? Can the landlord insist on a duty to operate/pay rent? What are the exceptions? There are a number of questions. We would like to give you practical recommendations on how to cope with the current situation and prepare for the future with our articles below.

New judgement on § 313 of the German Civil Code (BGB) in connection with COVID-19

COVID-19 news for the hospitality sector in The Netherlands

§ 313 BGB and governmental Corona measures - “Course Correction” for commercial leases

COVID-19 pandemic update on lease law in The Netherlands

COVID-19 - Modification to the disruption of the business basis in commercial lease law planned

First judgments on rent payment obligations during pandemic-related restrictions

Court decides on the provisional deferral of rent for the hotel W Amsterdam – A trend for the jurisdiction in the Netherlands?

Compensation claims for hotel operators

First easing of corona measures in the hotel industry - overview of the German federal states

Default of rent payment due to the COVID-19 pandemic – Tenant easement at risk?

COVID-19: Crisis-related exclusion of termination right on landlords takes effect

Corona Crisis and Lease Law in Germany

COVID-19: Crisis-related exclusion of termination right in landlords takes effect

Default of rent payment due to the COVID-19 pandemic - Tenant easement at risk?

Shutdown of hotel operations due to COVID-19 “Corona Virus” - Force Majeure?

Hotel lease agreements - Reduction of rent - Force Majeure?

Corona virus as a force majeure event in hotel lease agreements

Hotel contracts - Deferred or suspended rent due to Corona


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