Commercial Real Estate

25 May 2018

Dreamvar: innovate to survive

The Court of Appeal last week handed down its ruling in the case of Dreamvar v Mishcon de Reya.  The impact for the industry and profession is potentially huge – will it lead to a complete overhaul of the way property lawyers deal with purchase money?

Lucy Williams

21 May 2018

Selling your premises to your pension fund – having your cake and eating it

Dentists, chiropractors, accountants and other professionals who own the premises from which they operate could benefit substantially from making their commercial premises an asset of their Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP).

Tanya Langridge

26 April 2018

Indexed Rent Reviews – are we getting them right?

In almost every aspect of life we all like to get a good deal.  It is no different with commercial rent.  Landlords and Tenants alike, both parties will be keen to maximise their profits and minimise their risks, which is why rent reviews are a particularly fundamental and heavily negotiated contract term.  Essentially both parties want entirely the opposite from the other. 

David Newnham

8 February 2018

Chelsea FC call on 12th man in rights to light dispute

As a Chelsea fan, I had assumed that the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City would prove to be my team’s most formidable opponents this season. However, a family of four have sought to scupper Chelsea’s plans and in doing so, have demonstrated that rights to light remain an important consideration and a potentially expensive hurdle. 

Tom Beak

29 January 2018

Land Registry release data on overseas companies for no cost

In short, this release of data will allow anyone  to discover which companies own land or property in England and Wales, subject first to an online registration.

Tom Beak

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