Commercial Property and Commercial Leases Review (am)

Kensington Town Hall
Hornton Street
London W8 7NX
United Kingdom

Date: Thursday 24 Oct 2019

Time: 10:00-13:00

CPD Hours: 3

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£75
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£90.00 (incl. VAT)
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KEY SUBJECTS

  • LANDLORD AND TENANT CASE LAW UPDATE
  • CURRENT ISSUES IN COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
  • LANDLORD’S CONSENT AND REASONABLENESS: ALIENATION, ALTERATIONS AND USER

SPEAKERS

Sarah Thompson-Copsey, Non-Practising Solicitor, Legal Lecturer and Trainer

Richard Snape, Consultant, Davitt Jones Bould

PROGRAMME

10.00am CHAIRMAN’S INTRODUCTION

LANDLORD AND TENANT CASE LAW UPDATE

A practical review of recent commercial landlord & tenant cases. Current topics (subject to updating) include:

  • Landlord’s repairing obligation enforced: Blue Manchester v North West
  • Intention & the 1954 Act: S Franses v Cavendish: The view from the Supreme Court
  • Forfeiture, relief & uncovenanted windfalls: SHB v Cribbs; Toms v Ruberry
  • Interpreting AGAs & GAGAs: Co-op v Shah

Sarah Thompson-Copsey, Non-Practising Solicitor, Legal Lecturer and Trainer

CURRENT ISSUES IN COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

The course will look at various current issues especially in relation to lost development potential, valuation issues, and drafting implications.

Topics include:

  • The Electronic Communications Code: Recent Case Law and Valuation Decisions
  • Japanese Knotweed and the CPSE Enquiries
  • The latest on Assets of Community Value and the implications of Banner Homes v St Albans City Council
  • Latest developments in relation to Town and Village Green
  • The latest on Community Infrastructure Levy
  • Recent Case Law on Restrictive and Positive Covenants
  • Potential for loss of overage in the light of London & Ilford v Sovereign

Richard Snape, Consultant, Davitt Jones Bould

LANDLORD’S CONSENT AND REASONABLENESS: ALIENATION, ALTERATIONS AND USER

How reasonable must the landlord be in dealing with applications to assign, sub-let, alter or change use – and what can the tenant do faced with delay and prevarication? This practical session looks at recent developments including:

  • “Consent not to be unreasonably withheld”IDF principles and how they apply to alterations and user
  • Diminution in the value of the landlord’s interest – a reasonable ground? The Supreme Court’s view in Hautford v Rotrust
  • Separating good reasons from bad: Lessons from the Court of Appeal in No 1 West India Quay
  • Is the landlord even obliged to consider the application – the problem with pre-conditions: TCG v Girdlers

Sarah Thompson-Copsey, Non-Practising Solicitor, Legal Lecturer and Trainer

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