Header graphic for print
Keeping It Real Estate News and Trends in UK Real Estate, Disputes and Planning Law

Tag Archives: Alienation Protocol

Posted in Case Updates

A costly lesson in consent

When a tenant wants to assign its lease but needs the landlord’s consent, the law (if not the lease) prevents the landlord from acting unreasonably.  The landlord may want to withhold consent or impose conditions, but how does it know whether that is considered reasonable? Earlier this month the High Court considered this question in

Posted in Real Estate News

Alterations to leasehold property – follow the Protocol

Following on from the successful Alienation Protocol, a new protocol for applications for consent to carry out alterations to leasehold property (the Alterations Protocol) has been launched. It applies where a tenant wishes to carry out alterations but the lease restricts its ability to do so. Compliance with this protocol should help landlords and tenants