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A telecoms provider is holding over under a protected tenancy. The rent in the expired lease was expressed to be reviewable annually with RPI. Can RPI rent reviews be carried out in the holding over period or does the rent remain at the rate it was in the year the lease expired?

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Published on LexisPSL on 14/11/2017

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  • A telecoms provider is holding over under a protected tenancy. The rent in the expired lease was expressed to be reviewable annually with RPI. Can RPI rent reviews be carried out in the holding over period or does the rent remain at the rate it was in the year the lease expired?

A telecoms provider is holding over under a protected tenancy. The rent in the expired lease was expressed to be reviewable annually with RPI. Can RPI rent reviews be carried out in the holding over period or does the rent remain at the rate it was in the year the lease expired?

In answering this Q&A, we assume that:

  1. the agreement may include rights under the Electronic Communications Code (under Schedule 2 to the Telecommunications Act 1984 (TA 1984), as amended by the Communications Act 2003) (Code). However, the current Code does not make provision for rent reviews (under paragraph 7 it makes provision for consideration for the grant of rights in certain specified circumstances including where an

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