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Life Below Zero

Despite mixed messages over the past few weeks, it sounds as if the Bank of England is considering taking UK base rate interest below 0% in order to give itself and the Chancellor more headroom for measures intended to restart the economy, and then keep it going, as we start slowly to come out of

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COVID-19 UK: The impact on rent review

It will not have escaped the attention of anyone in the real estate industry that today is the March quarter day. For many landlords and occupiers, the immediate focus will be on rent payments due today and the media are already reporting that large numbers of retailers are expected to withhold rent to ease cashflow

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Time for a Reminder

Timing is everything, they say, and nowhere is that more true than in the law of contract, where a failure to meet a deadline can have serious commercial and practical ramifications for the parties. In this blog Tim Reid has pulled together a reminder of some of the most common rules affecting commercial contracts connected

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Legal A – Z: ‘B’ is for break clause

Q) How does the timing of a break clause coincide with a rent review? A: The general presumption is that time is not of the essence for working through the machinery of a rent review clause. However, as strong a presumption as that may be, it may be rebutted if there are clear indications to