Quarterly In Advance is published by Wedlake Bell’s Real Estate Team for our clients and contacts in the property world.
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- ‘Cautious cash – what if my tenant is sanctioned?‘ – Gemma Cook considers what options might be available to a landlord who has a tenant that is subject to a sanction and restrictions on the use of its assets.
- ‘Escheated Out Of Your Property?‘ – a relic of time gone by but Ankita Sahadev comments on a recent case where escheated properties were returned to their owners.
- ‘Existing higher risk buildings – compulsory registration opens 6 April 2023‘ – a reminder from Sarah Elliott about the need for certain higher risk buildings to be on a new register implemented new as part of the Building Safety measures.
- ‘BTR boom‘ – build to rent schemes are an ever-growing part of the property market. Sarah Elliott and Rachel Walbourn explain why these schemes are so popular.
- ‘Tate that: when is a viewing platform an intrusion or nuisance?‘ – the recent Supreme Court case involving the Tate Modern made headline news, Lucy Dodds gives her views.
- ‘Unearthing contaminated land‘ – Philip Slegg summarises the concept of contaminated land and suggests some best practice tips.
- ‘Duval – do we need to worry?‘ – when a landlord is approached by a tenant who wants to carry out works which are prohibited under the terms of the tenant’s lease, there may be more to think about than just the consent of the landlord. Alex Painting explores the possible issues.
- ‘Ten things To Consider When Letting A Restaurant‘ – Rob McKellar gives both landlords and tenants a synopsis of the top ten things to think about when considering letting a restaurant.
- ‘Pay now, argue later about service charge demands‘ – when dealing with service charge demands, the landlord’s certificate might not be all we once thought it was. Ben Dunbar analyses the consequences of the Sara & Hossein Asset Holdings Limited v Blacks Outdoor Retail Limited case.
- ‘What is a Section 106 agreement?‘ – Bart Preston explains what ‘a section 106’ really means and how such agreements are used.
- ‘Building safety act update‘ – click here for details of our next breakfast seminar on 18 April.
- ‘Register Of Overseas Entities… The Story Continues‘ – Philip Matthews takes us through the compliance requirements under the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 for foreign companies that hold UK properties.