Tag Archives: Real Estate (UK)

(UK) Dilapidations claims and the impecunious landlord

This post was written by Katherine Campbell. Some positive news for landlords this week: The court has confirmed that, even where an outdated property stands little or no chance of being re-let following a tenant’s departure, a claim for the loss in reversionary value caused by the breach of the tenant’s repairing covenants is still … Continue Reading

Exercising break clauses – apportion rent at your peril

This post was written by Katherine Campbell and Siobhan Hayes. We have seen many cases deciding whether tenants have managed to break their leases during this economic downturn. Many tenants break rights are conditional on rent payment by the break date and the recent case of PCE Investors Limited v Cancer Research UK highlights another danger … Continue Reading