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A key landlord’s concern will be that the value of the investment is not undermined by disrepair, or by inappropriate alterations carried out by the tenant. Landlord’s consent may therefore be required for many common alterations, and both landlords and tenants should know the best practice in conducting a request for consent. Another key aspect is the extent to which the landlord’s freedom in responding to such a request may be constrained by an obligation to act reasonably. Tenants have a range of potential routes to securing entitlement to carry out alterations even where the landlord objects, and a good knowledge of the possibilities is important.
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With supervision time at a premium, the graduate surveyor or junior lawyer needs a reliable road-map to the significant moments in the life of a lease. This is module 1 of a 4 part webinar series that will present an extended case study, considering the key terms of a modern commercial lease form as applied to events over the term of a tenancy. Up-to-date caselaw is included, as well as the three key Protocols.
Wed 24 Jan 2018
£35.00Package PriceClick here for details
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