Property Dispute Resolution Partner, Claire-Elaine Arthurs, will be presenting a Four Part Series exploring the common issues that arise with Commercial Property Leases. She will be considering how a proactive approach can manage risks, avoid disputes and allow both Landlords and Tenants to get the best out of their Tenancy.
Part 2: Common Issues During the Term of Lease
Once a Lease is completed it is then consigned to the filing cabinet and does not see the light of day until the tenancy ends or there is another issue. By that point many issues may have been missed or allowed to escalate unchecked. Options for tackling issues are narrowed and the overall costs of this form of reactive management can be significant.
By putting in place a more proactive and pre-emptive approach to managing a portfolio it is possible to avoid the peaks and troughs of firefighting, maintain assets in better condition and protect the profitability of a portfolio.
In this webinar Claire-Elaine considers some common issues that might arise during the life of the tenancy. These include:
Rent Collection and Arrears
Repairs and Decoration
Service Charge Recovery
General Breaches of the Lease
Recovery from Guarantors
Third Party Rights
If you have any questions or queries regarding this subject, please contact Claire-Elaine directly and she will be more than happy to help.
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