Injunction Against Landlord

Our client operates a café within a larger commercial building and quarrelled with its landlord about the terms.

The landlord changed the locks on the premises during one night, shutting…


Business Tenants: The right to a long lease or compensation.

A commercial tenant who has been in occupation of a business premises for a period of five years is entitled to a new tenancy at the expiry of the short term tenancy under the Landlord and Tenant… (more…)

Court’s Interpretation of Variation of a Lease

The Supreme Court has delivered a decision in the case of Stapleyside Company v Carraig Donn Retail Ltd. which turned on the interpretation of an agreement signed between the parties. The case… (more…)

Duty on Landlords of Commercial Property

Landlords of commercial premises must be careful of obligations introduced by s 32 of the Local Government Reform Act 2014 (effective 1st July 2014). They are required to notify the local authority… (more…)

Commercial Property: Tenant’s renunciation of entitlement to long term Lease

Many landlords and tenants seek to let property on short term leases of between 12 months and 4 years and 9 months.

The reason the cut-off point of 4 years 9 months is used is because…


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