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Introduction

The word ‘disrepair’ can still cause even the most experienced property practitioner’s heart to sink. Why is disrepair not always self-evident? Can landlord or tenants ever be expected to comply with repairing obligations during the lease? How much should a tenant pay for disrepair at the end of the lease? Can a landlord recover, in full, the costs of making the property lettable again?

The length of the lease, the age and energy efficiency of the building and the needs of today's tenants can all play a part in the advice given to landlords and to tenants.

This live broadcast session unpicks some of the trickier issues and suggests practical ways to utilise repairing covenants effectively.

What You Will Learn

This live and interactive session will cover the following:

  • Why not all 'disrepair' needs to be repaired: Janet Reger v Tiree
  • Old and energy inefficient buildings - is there any point in the repairing covenant?
  • Practical remedies to ensure compliance by both landlords and tenants: Jervise v Harris; Lee-Parker v Izzett
  • Patching, replacing & improving - which can the landlord require & when? Tiger Aspect v Sunlife; Ultraworth v General Accident; Craighead v Homes for Islington

Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.

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Learn Live | 10.03.2020

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Dilapidations & Disrepair in Commercial Leases - Unpicking the Tricky Issues

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