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The Dangers of Signing Pre-incorporation

If a person signs a contract on behalf of a company that is yet to be incorporated, then the person signing the contract can be liable as if it were the party specified in the contract. In a…

Less Red Tape – really? Real Estate Aspects of the Deregulation Act 2015

The Deregulation Act of 2015 came into force on 26 March 2015 as part of the Conservative government’s commitment to reducing the burden of red tape on businesses and individuals. Tucked away in a…

How Does A Break Right Contained Within A Lease Affect The Rent Due Thereunder?

Introduction A common feature of many leases in today’s commercial market is a break right permitting the Landlord, the Tenant or both parties to terminate the lease on a date before the…

Injunctions and Rights of Light – Reform of the Law (well almost)

The Law Commission has finally published its long awaited report on the reform of the law relating to rights of light. The report runs to some 243 pages and although the proposals are watered down…

Motocross, Property and Human Rights

It is not often that property litigation cases make headline news, however the Supreme Court decision of Coventry & others v Lawrence & others UKSC 13 does just that. Ignoring the important…

Break Clauses, M&S and Cashback

The careful control of costs is an issue high on the list of business priorities. Premises are often the largest overhead and so the opportunity for a tenant to reduce those costs, particularly…