Following the government’s announcement of the temporary measures to restrict landlords serving statutory demands and presenting winding up petitions in relation to rent arrears arising as a consequence of Coronavirus, Rachel and Kelly take a brief look at the role that insolvency proceedings plays in the landlord and tenant relationship. Kelly also gives a brief overview of statutory demands, winding up petitions, light touch administrations and CVAs.
Video: Landlord’s guide to insolvency proceedings
Public Sector urged to get up to date with GPA and EU Trade & Co-Operation AgreementThursday, February 25, 2021
Alison Walton, Head of Public Procurement, reviews the latest procurement policy note (PPN 02/21) from the Cabinet Office which has urged all public sector bodies to familiarise themselves with new procurement provisions in international agreements.
New case shows landlords must tread carefully in forfeiting a leaseMonday, February 15, 2021
Does a landlord’s demand of accrued rent payment, after knowledge of a breach of a term, amount to waiver of forfeiture? Katie Allen from our Real Estate Dispute Resolution team explores.
Tenant trumps landlord on technicality in courtMonday, February 8, 2021
Real estate litigator Sarah Barratt reviews the outcome of a recent and particularly perplexing property dispute, with some important insight for corporate landlords to consider.