Business tenancies can give rise to a whole range of issues including security of tenure under Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, rent review, forfeiture for breach of covenant and terminal dilapidations claims.
Business tenancies give rise to all the common disputes between a Landlord and Tenant, including disputes over arrears of rent, disrepair and dilapidations on termination, breach of covenant, unlawful user, annoyance and nuisance of other tenants, relief from forfeiture and possession proceedings under statutory grounds under 1954 Act.
The Property Law team at EA Law - East Anglian Chambers also have experience in assisting both Landlords and Tenants of commercial premises in relation to issues of lease renewals and termination under the statutory provisions of the 1954 Act including matters relating to rents and interim rents to be set on the renewal.
We also have experience in advising clients on the construction and effect of rent review clauses that can arise within business leases and rectification of defective leases.
Please call EA Law - East Anglian Chambers now on 01473 214481 and speak to one of our clerking team for further advice and assistance on property law.