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Commercial Property Disputes

Break clauses and vacant possession – important Court of Appeal judgement

The tenant may have stripped out the property taking everything from ceiling tiles to smoke alarms but, says the Court of Appeal, it had validly exercised a break clause terminating the lease and the... Read full article

Why tenants must check their commercial lease is watertight – the drip, drip effect of leaky paperwork

It started with a blocked downpipe and ended with damage so extensive a commercial tenant’s ground floor tile shop was left unusable – yet the landlord was not liable for the downpipe’s repair... Read full article

Commercial Property: Should you get draft Heads of Terms checked by a specialist lawyer?

When a commercial property deal is agreed, the parties concerned generally draw up a document called Heads of Terms, a summary of its main commercial points. Taking specialist legal advice when this... Read full article

Wards Solicitors’ quality reputation in resolving property disputes acknowledged

Four members of our specialist property disputes team have been awarded membership of the Property Litigation Association. Membership is given to lawyers who can demonstrate their success in... Read full article

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