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20 Nov 2018
Most business premises are let out on commercial leases. This is an agreement between the landlord and the tenant, which sets out all of the relevant agreements and obligations between the parties.
A recent case made for a good headline, but actually the decision was sensible in the unusual circumstances that applied in the case.
We reported in an earlier newsletter about the interesting case involving Asher's bakery in Northern Ireland.