Insurance and Commercial Leases

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant of commercial premises, it is extremely important that the lease sets out full details of who will insure and exactly what they will insure. If the lease is silent, there is no implied obligation on either party to insure the property and/or to lay out any insurance…

Commercial Underleases Explained

Potential undertenants need to understand the nature of their interest and the implications this has for their liability as a whole. What is an underlease? An underlease is a lease that is not granted by a freehold owner but by a person who is, himself, a tenant, it is a lease which is granted out...

£260 Million of Fraud Unreported by SMEs

In a recent survey of 500 SMEs conducted by Slater and Gordon, the results showed nearly one in five (18 per cent) of business owners and managers whose companies were hit by scams admitted they did not alert authorities after unearthing suspicious or fraudulent activity. Two thirds (64 per cent) of those SMEs cited fear...

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