Torture charges dismissed against Agnes Reeves Taylor
Distress is an ancient remedy whereby a landlord can instruct bailiffs to enter the demised property to seize the tenant’s goods when the tenant is in arrears of rent. On 6 April 2014 this age old law will be abolished and following the implementation of Part 3 of the Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007, a new statutory regime for Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) will come into force.
Rogue traders are hoping to cash in on the Christmas spirit. So at a time when vacant retail premises are at all-time high, property owners and retailers need to take extra care of their empty units or there is a risk that they will fall victim to ‘fly traders’ looking for the ultimate in rent-free “pop up” shops. Caroline DeLaney discusses.
Given that the financial liabilities under a lease tend to be one of the biggest overheads of any business, it is important for a commercial tenant to have a working knowledge and understanding of the main terms of a lease. James Caswell discusses four key areas for negotiation.
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