Guest property law blog

Tenants’ Right to Carry Out Improvements

July 18, 2012

Raymond Cooper is a Consultant Property Lawyer Proposition: An absolute prohibition, in a lease of business premises, against redevelopment or the carrying out of structural alterations will not necessarily prevent the tenant from carrying any of the prohibited acts. The issue canvassed below is not limited to such situations, but is particularly applicable to long […]

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Town & Country Planning Act 1990 s237 : Extinguishment of Rights of Light

July 18, 2012

Raymond Cooper is a Consultant Property Lawyer Proposition:  It is unlikely that the owner of a building whose right to light is extinguished under s.237(1) of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 could at that stage apply for a judicial review, but judicial review might well be available on the making of the underlying […]

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Charities and Authorised Guarantee Agreements (AGAs)

July 4, 2012

Raymond Cooper is a Consultant Property Lawyer Proposition: Tenants who are charities are unlikely to have power to enter into AGAs on the assignment of their leases, and trustees who do enter into AGAs could, if an assignee fails, incur personal liability.

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Guest Property Law Blog from Hanne & Co: To Let or Not to Let

April 25, 2012

We are pleased to welcome leading London law firm Hanne & Co as they post this guest property law blog post as first published here. With the Olympics looming many property owners within a hop, skip and jump of the Olympic sites are racing to secure “holiday lets” and earn a packet. But, is booting […]

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