Beware The Break Clause

The recent case of Riverside Park Ltd V NHS Property Services Ltd [2016] is a stark reminder of the need to comply fully with any pre-conditions for exercising a break clause. The conditions in this case were firstly, that at least six months written notice must be given. There was no issue with this. Secondly, the… Read more »

Landlord and Tenant

If you are a landlord of a commercial property, there are many aspects that you need to consider to make sure you are fully protected. Before you negotiate the terms of your lease with a tenant, make sure that you always seek legal advice, unless of course you are experienced in this type of transaction… Read more »