The UK Court of Appeal has swept aside existing rules governing when administrators have to pay advance rents falling due before their appointment.
In what will be seen as a significant victory for landlords, the Court held on 24 February 2014 that it was not open for administrators to enjoy a rent free period simply Read More
Landowners in the South Downs National Park have hit the headlines recently with their opposition to controversial shale gas exploration in the area. In this blog we ask – have the objectors managed to find a way to plug the shale gas well before drilling starts?
The actions of this local community are as a Read More
The recent Court of Appeal case involving Topland Limited and Smiths News Trading Limited was a salutary lesson about the strict rules that protect guarantors and the perils of forgetting them. The facts of the case were relatively simple: Topland owned a commercial property, leased to the rather aptly named Payless DIY Ltd, which became Read More