Commercial Tenancy in UK Law

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Leading Cases
  • Dorchester Studios (Glasgow) Ltd v Stone
    • House of Lords
    • 21 mai 1975

    In my opinion it is hopeless to suggest that the decision in M'Douall's Trustees was not soundly based on authority, particularly having regard to Stewart v. Watson which has stood since 1864. Moreover, the decision in M'Douall's Trustees, and that of the First Division in the present case, seem to me sound in principle.

  • Leonora Investment Company Ltd v Mott Macdonald Ltd
    • Court of Appeal
    • 23 juil. 2008

  • Colaingrove Ltd v Commissioners of Customs and Excise
    • Chancery Division
    • 16 avr. 2003

    There are restrictions as to what the owners can do on the sites. In particular they may not live in their caravans as a permanent address and may not stay overnight the 3 months December to February. During those 3 months they can have access to their caravans but not stay. The customers are free (during the permitted times only) to let their caravans for use by others.

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Law Firm Commentaries
  • Periodic Tenancies and Proprietary Estoppel: Not all smoke and mirrors
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    In Smoke Club Ltd and others v Network Rail Infrastructure Limited, the Upper Tribunal held that the claimants had an inferred periodic tenancy but no claim under proprietary estoppel. A lease of a...
    ...... Upper Tribunal held that the claimants had an inferred periodic tenancy but no claim under proprietary estoppel. A lease of any kind was never ......
  • Government Announces Moratorium On Coronavirus-related Commercial Forfeiture (February 2021)
    • Mondaq UK
    ......For these purposes the relevant section is Section 82 of the. Act. The Act is expressed to apply to a 'relevant business. tenancy' and precludes the landlord from effecting a right. of re-entry or forfeiture for the non-payment of. "rent" for the "relevant. period". These terms ......
  • Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards in buildings - Update April 2017
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    It is now just under one year until the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (or MEES) regime comes into force. From 1 April 2018, it will be unlawful for landlords to agree a new tenancy or a r...
    ...... 1 April 2018, it will be unlawful for landlords to agree a new tenancy or a renewal for a property rated F or G on its energy performance ......
  • Supreme Court decision slashes empty rates bills for developers
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    The rateable value of commercial premises is generally equal to the rent payable under a hypothetical letting on the relevant assessment date. There are some express statutory assumptions for this ...
    .... The rateable value of commercial premises is generally equal to the rent payable under a hypothetical ... statutory assumptions for this – it is to be an annual periodic tenancy and the premises are assumed to be in a reasonable state of repair unless ......
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