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    • Jenny Colvin

    • Chartered Legal Executive and Associate
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GAGA about AGAs

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An option available to a tenant under a commercial lease is the ability to assign (or transfer) the lease to a third party. This will usually require the landlord’s consent. One of the conditions of a landlord giving their consent will inevitably be...

Changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax; will you be affected?

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The landscape of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) has changed significantly over recent years, mainly for first time buyers. That landscape is set to change once more on 1 st March as the deadline for submitting SDLT returns will reduce. Jenny Colvin,...

New Solicitors extend commercial offering at Warner Goodman

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Our Commercial division have expanded their expertise in their support for businesses with the introduction of two new Solicitors; Molly Siggs and Naushad Rahman.

Commercial Property Standard Enquiries - the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth

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If you have bought, sold or rented commercial property, then you may have heard your legal adviser refer to Commercial Property Standard Enquiries, or more commonly known CPSE. While the name may refer to them as ‘standard’, if you...

Dilapidations - the hidden costs of renting a commercial property

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The term ‘dilapidations’ refers to the wants of repair in a leasehold property for which the tenant is responsible. At the end of the term of the lease, the landlord will serve a terminal schedule of dilapidations on the tenant.

Commercial Property Leases: Checklist

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Taking a lease of commercial premises is usually a big commitment. Issues to consider include:- Term, Breaks and Insurance.

Jenny jumping for joy to support Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association!

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On 27th May, a member of the Commercial Property team at Warner Goodman will be facing their fear as they skydive for local charity, Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association.

What are the new regulations on Commercial Property Energy Performance Certificates?

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If you are a commercial property investor or a business tenant, you will inevitably have come across an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) over the last few years. They are required to be provided by a landlord upon the new letting of any commercial property on the open market and are the scale upon which the energy efficiency of a property is assessed.

Freehold management - the strategies

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With the influx of new Landlords prior to the Stamp Duty Land Tax (“SDLT”) rate increase on 1st April 2016, these Landlords will now need to consider the strategies of managing their properties and establish which method suits them best.