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Termination of a code agreement by operators

In this article Wayne Clark and Fern Schofield examine the continuation of a Code agreement falling within the terms of the Electronic Communications Code (“the Code”) and the ability of an operator to terminate it permanently, such that the agreement may be treated as at an end at the specified break date without any ongoing continuation of the operator’s contractual liability.

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Turnover Rents for Retail – the Way Forward in Recession? Sharing the pain and (hopefully) the gain

Janet Bignell QC asks whether agreeing a "Turnover Rent" is the way forward for retail landlords and tenants in the recession? Will this best enable landlords and tenants to share the pain and (hopefully) the gain? Janet also shares her top tips on the matters to consider.

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Should I claim or should I wait?

Should lessees make enfranchisement claims now, or hold fire? Anthony Radevsky discusses in the following article.

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Re: A Company (Injunction to Restrain Presentation of Petition) [2020] EWHC 1406 (Ch)

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill 2020 is not yet in force. Or is it? A landlord of high street retail premises contended that until such times as the Bill became law, it should not be prevented from petitioning for the winding up of a defaulting tenant. Mr Justice Morgan disagreed, granting an ex-parte application to restrain presentation of the landlord’s petition earlier this week.

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