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Here are tips from commercial property partner Michael Higgin on the things to think about when showcasing and selling goods within another retailer’s store space.
From the 1st January 2018 you may need to apply for a Water Abstraction licence where such abstraction has previously been exempt.
Gove announces that the Government will not amend the current subsidy payment scheme before the next election date.
Alexandra Dennis, Associate in the Property Disputes Team at FSP, discusses a new pilot scheme which is likely to signal a change for unopposed business lease renewal claims.
The Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) has the discretion to discharge or modify restrictive covenants on specified grounds. The case of Barter Re Ivy House offers an interesting insight into the treatment by the Tribunal of recently imposed covenants.
FSP are delighted to welcome Hazel Eccles to their real estate team.
Becky Powell, a trainee solicitor in the Commercial Property team, considers a recent decision of the Upper Tribunal to modify a restrictive covenant under a rarely successful statutory ground.
FSP’s real estate team in conjunction with Ridge Property and Construction Consultants and Pegasus Group welcomed over 130 attendees to the Green Park conference centre on 12th October.
This year’s property seminar has already set record attendance figures with over 100 people having registered so far.
A recent purchase of a used car from a seller who had no right to sell it has re-ignited the debate concerning good faith, stolen goods, and title, as Afolabi Tayo explains.
FSP are delighted to welcome two senior lawyers to their real estate team which is already the largest such team in Reading.
FSP has just completed the sale of Unither House in Chertsey for United Therapeutics who develop and produce treatments for patients with chronic and life-threatening conditions.
Catherine Ramsbottom, a trainee in the Commercial Property team, considers a decision of the High Court examining the tenant’s failure to give vacant possession on the exercise of its break clause.
FSP have just acquired new offices for professional services firm BDO in 12th floor of the newly extended Thames Tower in Reading.
Santander Corporate and Commercial Division have provided a new £7.4m facility to fund the complete refurbishment of legacy RAF buildings on their globally-important science park.
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