Mixed Use Properties - A Guide to Protecting the Landlord’s Interests
Mixed commercial/residential properties are extremely popular with commercial landlords, investors and developers. But is your client aware of the strong, and often adverse, impact the statutory rights of residential tenants may have on its commercial investment?
This 5-hour live broadcast session is aimed at those who advise commercial landlords, investors and developers and provides a practical and concise overview of the rights residential tenants have in mixed-use buildings - and the steps a commercial landlord can and should take to minimise the impact of these rights on its commercial rental stream and the value of such buildings.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- The 'freezing' effect on the landlord's ability to let or sell the building caused by residential tenants' pre-emption rights under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987: can you structure to avoid this?
- The tenants’ right to compulsorily acquire the building - or the right to manage: what you need to know to protect investment value
- Shortfall on service charges: how to minimise this - drafting & practical recoverability
- Recognising critical residential lease clauses: alienation, alterations, user, service costs & mutual enforcement
- Losing commercial lettings: the problems with the various Acts
- Parades of shops & flats - can the Supreme Court in Sequent v Hautford help?
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.