Break options in leases are common now as landlords and tenants look to maximise their flexibility in an increasingly fluid property landscape. Disputes between landlords and tenants generally occur over whether the break clause has been correctly exercised, with more reported cases on break clauses than any other property topic in recent years.
This session will cover the crucial aspects of exercising a break clause including tactical guidance on:
Drafting and serving break notices to avoid disputes
Complying with break clause conditions
Recovering sums paid in advance for periods after the break date
The time shown is when registration opens. The seminar will begin 30 minutes later.
Nigel qualified as a solicitor in 1999 and has a wealth of experience and expertise in all issues relating to property management, both legal and commercial.
Jessica advises on a variety of general litigation matters for both businesses and individuals, ranging from landlord and tenant disputes, director/partner disputes, debt recovery and contentious probates.