Publications

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Life Below Zero Keeping It Real Estate

Despite mixed messages over the past few weeks, it sounds as if the Bank of England is considering taking UK base rate interest below 0% in order to give itself and the Chancellor more...

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COVID-19: A global guide

Global governmental, regulatory, and other legal responses to the coronavirus pandemic.

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UK COVID-19: The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill – New tenant/debtor protections unveiled Keeping It Real Estate

Long awaited insolvency reforms in the UK, plus the government’s COVID-19 proposals on the use of statutory demands – and much more

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UK COVID-19: Back to the workplace – stay alert Keeping It Real Estate

Boris Johnson has now changed the focus from staying at home to staying alert. What does this mean for landlords who need to create a COVID-safe environment? How does this look in...

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UK COVID-19: Can the temporary stay on possession proceedings be lifted? The Court of Appeal says (almost definitely) no Keeping It Real Estate

We have previously blogged about the 90-day stay of all possession proceedings until the end of June, which was brought into force by the courts on 27 March 2020 by the new practice...

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UK COVID-19: Planning for recovery: easing the strain

Good news for the development industry landed this morning. The government has finally answered calls for action on developer contributions and tariffs which threaten the viability of...

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What is Duvalue of an absolute covenant in a lease? Keeping It Real Estate

On 6 May 2020, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the case of Duval v 11-13 Randolph Crescent Limited [2020] UKSC 18. The question considered by the court was whether a landlord ...

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UK COVID-19: Further commercial tenant protections announced by the government Keeping It Real Estate

Yesterday, the government announced further protection for the "UK high street from aggressive rent collection". This protection takes the form of further restrictions on a...

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Right to rent checks – here to stay Keeping It Real Estate

The Court of Appeal has held that right to rent checks are not unlawful under the Human Rights Act, reversing a decision of the High Court. The Court held that the scheme was a...

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