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Brabners Chaffe Street seminar for landlords, tenants, administrators and advisors

Brabners Chaffe Street seminar for landlords, tenants, administrators and advisors

Wednesday 19th September 2012

Brabners Chaffe Street is hosting a free seminar on the effects of the recession on landlords and tenants and, in particular, issues that arise where retailers have gone into administration.  It will also includean overview of competition law and its effect on property.

 

A team of experts will advise on the options open to landlords when tenants enter administration, the strategies and techniques available to companies in administration in relation to assigning a lease, the effects of a moratorium, tips to avoid forfeiture and how to comply with the conditions of an alienation clause. They will debate the effect of the Competition Act 1998 and how it applies to land agreements and analyse the Office of Fair Trading guidelines and whether they apply to Real Estate leases.

 

Speaking at the event will be Brabners Chaffe Street’s Rachel Watkin, Property Litigation Partner, Matt Brown, Commercial Partner and Ben Gildea, Property Litigation Solicitor.

 

The seminar takes place on Wednesday 3 October at Horton House, Exchange Flags, Liverpool, between 4pm and 6pm and is designed to be easy to understand and give practical advice to individuals and businesses of all sizes.

 

To confirm your free place please email bcsnewsandevents@brabnerscs.com.

 

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