Tenant Insolvency - What Rights Does the Landlord Have?
When a tenant ‘goes bust’, it is easy to assume that the landlord has little option but to wait and see what crumbs will eventually drop from the table. But there are many different kinds of insolvency procedure, and while some are highly restrictive of the actions a landlord might wish to take, others are not.
Those advising landlords need to be aware of the forms insolvency and pre-insolvency procedures may take, what options remain open, and the effective routes to maximising payment of rent and other sums or obtaining possession if required.
This virtual classroom seminar takes a practical approach to the issues raised by tenant insolvency.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- Pre-pack administrations, and obtaining permission to take enforcement action
- Payment of rent as an expense of the insolvency procedure
- Disclaimer of leases - the procedures and the practical consequences
- The scope to challenge restructuring proposals
- ‘Blue Jeans’ orders
- The Park Air solution
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.