Commercial Landlords & Tenants – Changes To Rental Payments & Side Letters Due To The Coronavirus Outbreak

Primark, like many other retail stores, has had to close its UK stores due to the coronavirus pandemic and has told its landlords that it will not pay £33 million...


Suspension Of Housing Possession Proceedings For 90 Days

A Practice Direction Update to the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR), as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic, will significantly impact all housing possession proceedings throughout the United Kingdom. Housing possession...


Civil Procedure Rules – Covid-19 Causing Further Disruption To Justice System

It was announced on Friday 27th March, amongst further Government announcements, that civil litigation rule makers are considering urgent reforms to ease the burden on litigators, who are struggling to...


Covid-19 Moratorium On Commercial Evictions – Alternative Options For The Landlord

Since the Covid-19 outbreak began, the Government has enacted numerous measures designed to help both individuals and businesses. Last week, it placed a halt on all commercial forfeitures until at...


Government Coronavirus Advice On Moving Home – How Will It Affect Developers Of New Build Properties?

The Government has released guidance in respect of and residential conveyancing transactions in light of the coronavirus outbreak. But what can developers of new build properties take away from the...


Coronavirus – Delayed Construction Of New Build Homes – What Does This Mean For Developers?

Over the last week we have seen an influx of enquiries from developers who are concerned about their contractual position if the construction of homes is delayed (or stopped) due...


Landlords, Commercial Leases & COVID 19

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, commercial property owners are attempting to navigate unprecedented challenges – with landlords becoming increasingly concerned about how the outbreak is likely to impact...


Landlords Barred From Evicting Commercial Tenants

Many commercial tenants remain worried about how they will meet their next rent payment and many landlords remain worried about their cash-flow, ahead of the next quarter day tomorrow (25th...


Business & Property Courts – New Protocol For Remote Hearings To Minimise Risk Of Covid-19

The Business and Property Court has released a new protocol with guidance for remote hearings in light of the current covid-19 pandemic. The Court’s objective is to undertake as many...


What Does The Coronavirus Mean For Mediation?

With the increasing number of cases of the coronavirus and stricter provisions and guidance being issued by the Government, it may soon be the case that mediation cannot be carried...


Best Practice For Landlords During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Commercial landlords across the UK are likely to be concerned about the economic impact on their tenants and their property portfolio as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The situation...


Coronavirus – Legislation Proposed Which Will Protect Tenants From Eviction

The Government has proposed new emergency legislation which would protect residential tenants (in social and rented accommodation), who have been affected by the coronavirus, from being evicted from their properties....


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