News Uncategorized | June 18, 2020

QIA Summer 2020

Welcome to the QIA Summer 2020 edition.

Dear Claire – during lockdown a takeaway has opened next to my clothing boutique. The social distancing queue which forms in front of my boutique is putting off my customers. What can I do?

A conclusively inconclusive service charge statement – can the landlord’s certificate really be the last word?  Suzanne Gill reviews a recent case. 

Planning changes in the era of COVID-19 Jay Das discusses emergency changes to the planning process and the changes which developers are crying out for.

Triplerose smells sweet for landlordscan landlords and developers take action against those using their premises for short term Airbnb style holiday lets? Adam Colenso explains a new court decision which will help.

The Future Office with lockdown easing Suzanne Gill and Malcolm Rogerson consider the legal issues of a return to the office for landlords, tenants and agents.

Can tenants dream the impossible dream? is the concept of upward and downward rent reviews likely to become a reality? Ben Dunbar explores the latest thinking on this key issue.

Cracking the Codewhat are the key provisions of the new RICS Code for Leasing business premises 2020? Malcolm Rogerson runs you through the essentials.

Prenuptial agreements – a worthwhile investment  – Family law expert Trisha Siddique discusses what you absolutely should know about pre and post-nuptial agreements and when you should consider getting one.

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