Property Disputes Update: service charges and break options; landowners and trees; and more
In this edition of Shepherd and Wedderburn’s Property Disputes Update, we look at two questions raised when leases are terminated between rent payment dates and accounting periods, flag up little-used grounds of opposition to new tenancies and provide clarification on business rates following disclaimer. We finish by suggesting that the courts’ recent tougher (and rather terrifying) approach to dealing with breaches such as missed deadlines may be loosening up a little…
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