Commercial

02/03/2017 0 comments 528 views

What is an Authorised Guarantee Agreement? An authorised guarantee agreement is a special form of guarantee that specifically applies to leases granted from 1996 onwards. They are frequently imposed as...
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31/01/2017 0 comments 285 views

What is a rent review clause? Rent review clauses provide a variety of difference purposes. They give the landlord flexibility to ensure that they are charging the market rent for...
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31/01/2017 0 comments 278 views

What is the right of forfeiture? The right of forfeiture is one of the remedies available to Landlords in circumstances where they are in difficult situations in respect of their...
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30/01/2017 0 comments 502 views

What is a break clause? A break clause is a provision in a lease that allows tenants and landlords the right to terminate their lease before the expiry of a...
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30/01/2017 0 comments 256 views

A Lease is a legally binding agreement between a landlord and tenant over a property or area of land for a term certain for a rent. What is the purpose...
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02/06/2015 0 comments 1067 views

Ringrose Law is delighted to welcome Andrew Wylde, new Commercial Litigation Solicitor, to the firm. Andrew, who qualified in 1991, will be dealing with a wide range of commercial litigation...
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18/11/2014 0 comments 1247 views

Ringrose Law is delighted to welcome Jane Pearsey, Head of Commercial Property, to the firms expanding Commercial team. Jane has over twenty years’ experience dealing with complex commercial property transactions,...
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27/05/2014 0 comments 738 views

We are often required to advise on the technicalities of repairing covenants and their parameters. It is important that both tenants and landlords alike consider the implications of their repairing...
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07/04/2014 0 comments 620 views

The Ringrose Law Road Traffic Team don't just represent individuals in Court, Giles Tyas from our Road Traffic Defence Team was at Court in Nottingham last week representing an international...
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15/05/2013 0 comments 1033 views

A recent case serves as a warning to those that provide personal guarantees for their business endeavours. The case of National Merchant Building Society -v- Bellamy and Another before the...
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