This event is now over and took place on Tue 29 Sep 2015
Exiting premises is not a simple case of handing back the keys. Do you know your obligations?
In a difficult economic climate a tenant’s dilapidations liability is given particular scrutiny. Landlords want the property back in repair to maximise the chances of re-letting or receiving compensation. Tenants want to reduce their end of lease responsibilities.
This seminar will:
• provide a dilapidations case study from both a landlord’s and a tenant’s perspective;
• provide a brief overview of the Dilapidations Protocol and how this is relevant to schedules of dilapidations served at the end of the lease;
• give practical guidance on the obligations of landlords’ and tenants’ including and the implications on certain terms being agreed in leases and licences; and
• highlight some potential problem areas including the impact of dilapidations on break options.
Lesley Robinson – Partner, Head of Real Estate Disputes, BWB
William Scott – Senior Associate, Real Estate Disputes, BWB
Karli Hiscock – Senior Associate, Real Estate, BWB
Kate Shearer – Solicitor, Real Estate, BWB
Why choose this course?
Attendees will gain a clearer insight into the obligations of tenants on exiting a property and the procedures landlords must follow. The session will provide practical guidance on the issues facing landlords and tenants when exiting a property.
Who should attend?
Landlords, occupiers and anyone who manages premises will benefit from attending.
8.00am: Breakfast and registration
Bates Wells Braithwaite at 10 Queen Street Place, EC4R 1BE