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Course Commercial Leases and Notices: A Practical Workshop

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Anyone dealing with commercial leases will need to serve notices from time to time. Even prior to the grant of a lease it may be necessary to serve notice to contract the lease out of Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, while further notices may be required as the lease runs on: whether to implement a rent review, seek landlord’s consent to alterations or assignment, or recover rent from a former tenant or guarantor. On lease expiry, as well as notices to implement break options, or effect termination under the 1954 Act, notice may be required as a preliminary to forfeiture, or indeed to exercise an option for the grant of a new lease. All of them can raise recurring issues as to identification of parties, timing, drafting and service.

In this course we will consider, by reference to an extended case study, each of the various common kinds of notice in turn, looking at formal requirements and best practice, and requirements specific to each kind of notice. Practical exercises will allow you to apply the course’s technical content to realistic scenarios.

The course will include:

  • Calculation of deadlines
  • Whether time is of the essence
  • Statutory service provisions
  • Formalities of different kinds of notice
  • Tactics and timing
  • Managing the risk of late or non-delivery
  • Drafting tips and pitfalls

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Type
Course
Level
Intermediate
CPD
3 hours
SRA

Fees


£112.50
Package Price
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£255.00
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(Excluding VAT)

Speakers


Mark SheltonDetails

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