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Commercial Property

Who is responsible for the damage to commercial rental properties following a storm?

Storm damage can massively impact business. Following Storm Arwen and Storm Barra, it is likely that many businesses will suffer some form of damage or loss. Where any damage or loss does occur it is important to know who will be responsible for the repairs.

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Longstanding Partner retires from Teesside law firm

After dedicating over 20 years of his legal career to the firm, longstanding partner Simon Wake is today retiring.

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Posted in: News & PR Commercial Property

How to manage a neighbour dispute

A story hit the headlines earlier this month after a neighbour cut a tree in half which divided his drive from his neighbour’s drive. This being after a long dispute about pigeons nesting on his ‘side’ of the tree and causing a nuisance.

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Posted in: Commercial Property Commercial Disputes

Rent suspension clauses and Covid-19

During the pandemic, the UK government imposed restrictions which resulted in some tenants being unable to use their property for the use permitted under the lease. Whilst many landlords were reasonable in re-negotiating the payment of rent during this time, others sent demands to tenants for full rent, as per terms of the lease.

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Posted in: Coronavirus Commercial Property

Meet our client: Cambridge Research Biochemicals

Cambridge Research Biochemicals (CRB) is a leading independent producer of custom-made peptide and antibody tools, supplying researchers in the pharmaceutical, life science and academic sectors worldwide.

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Posted in: News & PR Client stories

Welcome the new head of our commercial property team

Partner’s retirement leads to a new head of the Commercial Property department at The Endeavour Partnership.

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Posted in: Commercial Property News & PR

New rules to consider when converting a commercial building to residential

A new national permitted development right is coming into force, allowing commercial, business and services use (currently in Use Class E) to be converted to residential property without the need to submit a full planning application.

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Posted in: Commercial Property

Business law firm supports thriving steakhouse group

Stockton based commercial law firm, The Endeavour Partnership, has been working with the region’s largest steakhouse group to support their ambitious plans for expansion.

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Posted in: News & PR Commercial Property Client stories

Electronic signatures: introducing tech to property transactions

In July, the Land Registry (LR) announced that it will start to accept electronically signed deeds used for registrable transactions such as transfers and leases, provided they have been signed using a commercial electronic signature platform such as DocuSign. This is intended to assist whilst Covid-19 restrictions are in place, but will no doubt continue […]

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Posted in: Commercial Property

Retail tenants should check the small print

As a fresh wave of lockdown measures cut across the UK with many retailers having to close until early December, retail tenants may be experiencing new concerns about how to pay the rent, but they probably have not thought about what might happen if their landlord gets into financial difficulty.

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Posted in: Commercial Property

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