Safeguarding your business — landlords
While most will eagerly anticipate the gifts the festive season will bring, this time of year can be treacherous for tenants and landlords alike, with the final rent quarter day of the year looming. Landlords know that their tenants may be facing a cash squeeze at this time of year, particularly those in the consumer products sectors and in the supply chain. Recent victims include Blockbuster, Barratts and HMV. If proper protections were not in place, then their landlords will have felt the effect of these insolvencies…
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