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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: Commercial Property Coronavirus

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

The new Job Support Scheme: what do we know?

In his Winter Economy Plan announced today, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a new emergency Job Support Scheme to help protect jobs.   

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Posted in: Employment Law Coronavirus

Planning law changes after the pandemic

As the Government continues to look for new ways to stimulate the economy and, in particular, the commercial property market following the Coronavirus pandemic, there has been a significant change in planning law through alterations to the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987, as amended (“Use Classes Order”).

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Posted in: Coronavirus Commercial Property