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Webinar Fixtures, Reinstatement and Dilapidations - Putting it All Together - On-Demand Webinar


This webinar is aimed at all lawyers and surveyors whose practice includes commercial lettings and management.

The high-profile cases of Peel v Sheerness and Humber Oil Terminal Trustees v Associated British Ports have highlighted the potential for issues concerning fixtures to have an impact measured in the tens of millions of pounds. In more everyday situations too, though, fixtures and reinstatement obligations can be important bargaining counters which influence the outcome of dilapidations negotiations. The right outcome at lease end can only be ensured by paying attention to how tenant’s alterations are documented at the outset, whether in relation to fit-out, or in relation to the interaction of alterations, reinstatement and repair obligations in the lease negotiation. There is no one right answer, but instead everything depends on the circumstances of the specific transaction, and a good understanding of the principles and the legal framework is necessary for anyone involved in commercial lettings and management.

The webinar will include:

  • The distinction between fixtures and chattels
  • The distinction between landlord’s and tenant’s fixtures
  • The role and relevance of reinstatement obligations
  • Compensation for alterations
  • Yielding-up obligations
  • Fixtures and lease renewals
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