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Clyde & Co
Paul is a senior associate in the real estate department at Clyde and Co. He joined the firm in 2020 having spent a number of years working at a top tier UK real estate law firm, as well as spending time working overseas in Singapore in the real estate team of one of the Big Four accountancy firms.
A commercial lease ends before its contractual expiry date and the lease provisions are unclear as to how the service charge should be apportioned. Does the RICS Professional Statement on Service Charges in Commercial Property (1st edition) assist in those circumstances and is there any obligation on the parties to follow its provisions?
If a tenant has a business lease of a fixed term of seven months it is capable of having security of tenure under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (LTA 1954). However, in that situation the tenant would not be able to request a new tenancy under LTA 1954, s 26. Does the tenant in this situation simply have the right to stay in occupation but not request a new lease?
To what extent can a buyer rely on searches provided by the seller in a commercial property sale?
When drafting a sale contract for a client whose title is possessory and has been owned by them for over 12 years, can you draft the contract to offer full title guarantee? Should the seller have the title upgraded to 'absolute title' at HM Land Registry?
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