Tag Archives: Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
Author: Julia Tobbell, Senior Associate, Real Estate Disputes, London Today the Supreme Court will hear the case of S. Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Limited, a case which property litigators have been following closely since last year. The … Continue reading
Author: Julian Pollock, Partner, Real Estate, London Earlier this year, the courts decided that, even if there is an express right to carry out works in a lease, a landlord cannot ride a coach and horses through a quiet enjoyment … Continue reading
Do you have any ‘suitable alternative accommodation’ to offer? Terminating a business tenancy using ground (d)
Authors: Matthew Bonye, Partner and Head of Real Estate Dispute Resolution and Rhian Arrenberg, Professional Support Lawyer, Real Estate Dispute Resolution, London In this post we consider we consider one of the options open to a landlord who wishes to regain … Continue reading
Lease Renewals: Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 and Ground (f): Ensure the landlord at the time of the court hearing is the entity with the intention to carry out the works!
Author: Rachel Croft, Senior Associate, Real Estate Dispute Resolution, London This post follows from our previous posts on a landlord's right to oppose a tenant's request for a lease renewal (under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954). Here we look at … Continue reading
Terminating a business tenancy using the redevelopment ground – Part 1: Showing the landlord’s intention to redevelop
Author: Frances Edwards, Senior Associate, Real Estate Dispute Resolution, London One of the most common questions we are asked by developers at the land assembly stage of their scheme is what they need to show in order to be certain … Continue reading
Are landlords entitled to a redevelopment break in leases being renewed (Landlord and Tenant Act 1954)?
Author: Stephanie Trompeter, Senior Associate, Real Estate Dispute Resolution, London In this post I am writing about the court's approach to a new business tenancy where the parties cannot agree on the terms of a renewal lease with a landlord's … Continue reading