1954 ACT LEASE RENEWALS: How the Court Decides the Terms of the New Lease

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This webinar conducted via Zoom from Matthew Hall and Geraint Wheatley of Kings Chambers is designed to be a practical guide to the basis upon which the Court sets the terms of new business leases upon renewal under the 1954 Act.

1954 Act: Principles and Themes relating to Duration, Breaks and Other Terms – Geraint Wheatley

The breadth of the Court’s discretion relating to terms other than rent is wide and can be confusing.  The leading case of O’May states that the party seeking changes to the old lease must justify them, but how can such justification be provided?  Geraint will address the underlying principles which in turn can be used as a guide to the exercise of the Court’s discretion.   He will specifically consider the points to look out for in relation to lease duration, break clauses, and guarantors.

Valuation in Lease Renewal – ITZA Mystery – Matthew Hall

Negotiating rent or other terms under the 1954 Act? How do you use valuation evidence in your favour? What are the strengths and weakness of your client’s position if it was tested before a judge? In a practical and topical presentation, Matthew Hall will seek to demystify the valuation techniques for commercial premises to put you in the best position to present your case.

Booking for this event is now closed. If you would like to join the webinar please contact LBarnes@kingschambers.com 

Wednesday, June 10th
16:00 - 17:00
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