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Historically, the legal department has been seen as a cost centre that performs necessary legal tasks. Fortunately, times are changing, and the legal department is making strides to becoming a strategic business partner. But where do you start? Neota Logic held a roundtable session where in house legal delegates shared ideas and advised on how […]

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By Martin McKeague In Co-operative Group Food v A&A Shah Properties, the High Court has provided guidance on the tricky issue of how a guarantor can validly guarantee an outgoing tenant’s obligations in an authorised guarantee agreement, without breaching the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995. Specialist Real Estate Litigator Martin McKeague explains and offers practical […]

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