With the recent “Covid Lockdown” forcing commercial Tenants to close their premises, it has become an idea for a Tenant to seek a break clause when negotiating a new Lease. A break clause entitles the Tenant to bring the Lease to an end on a given date, preventing...
LawSpot Commercial Rent Reviews Leases of commercial premises usually provide that during the term of the Lease the Landlord can increase the rent payable. Commercial rent reviews are often after three or five years and almost invariably, they provide that the rent...
Our News Hugh Storry Deans Partner & Litigation Solicitor FollowFollowFollow Top Tips for Handling Business Disputes Disputes are sometimes an unavoidable consequence of running a business. Whether it’s a corporate dispute (internal disagreements) or...
Our News Simon Nethercott Partner & Commercial Solicitor Commercial Rent Arrears- What Can a Landlord do? Harold G Walker’s Commercial Solicitors explain the options available to Landlords attempting to recover outstanding rent on a commercial premises. If a...
Our News Hugh Storry Deans Partner and Litigation Solicitor Your Friend-in-Law, Resolving Commercial Business Disputes Dorset Commercial Litigation Solicitors, Harold G Walker is committed to supporting local businesses by providing practical legal advice. Often when...
Our News Hugh Storry Deans Partner & Litigation Solicitor How to Protect Your Business with a Retention of Title Non-payment for goods supplied is an ever increasing risk for businesses. This can be particularly harmful to a business if a key customer becomes...
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