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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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Back to basics: what to do when you receive a break notice Keeping It Real Estate

In the current climate, all types of occupiers including occupiers of retail, office and warehouse space, will be considering their leasing requirements and looking to rationalise their...

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Opposing a lease renewal on redevelopment grounds – a helpful case for landlords Keeping It Real Estate

The case of London Kendal Street No3 Limited v Daejan Investments Limited (2019) provides some useful guidance on what a landlord needs to show in order to successfully oppose a...

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Real Estate Quarterly Summer 2019

Hogan Lovells quarterly newsletter on legal topics relevant to the UK real estate industry. This issue covers:

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Has your lease been validly contracted out of the 1954 Act? Landlords can breathe a sigh of relief Keeping It Real Estate

Earlier this month the High Court handed down its judgment in the case of TFS Stores Limited v The Designer Retail Outlet Centres (Mansfield) General Partner Limited and others which...

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Rateable value: The Supreme Court departs from reality Keeping It Real Estate

The Supreme Court has decided that a rateable value of £370,000 should be entered into the ratings list for an office block in Blackpool despite there being "no actual tenant willing...

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Can a landlord forfeit a long lease? Keeping It Real Estate

Hogan Lovells recently represented the landlords in SHB Realisations Limited and GB Europe Management Services Limited v Cribbs Mall Nominee (1) Limited and Cribbs Mall Nominee (2) Limited, ...

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What happens when a building is built to the wrong size? Confirmation from the Court of Appeal Keeping It Real Estate

Earlier this year, we blogged on the High Court decision of Mears Limited v Costplan Services. This case concerned whether an agreement for lease for the development of two blocks of...

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Real Estate Quarterly Spring 2019

Hogan Lovells quarterly newsletter on legal topics relevant to the UK real estate industry. This issue covers:

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