Commercial Leases are lengthy documents and it is extremely important that both the landlord andtenant are fully aware of what the lease contains particularly in the case of a tenant where someobligations can be drafted to be quite onerous
Under section 87 of the Property Services (Regulation) Act 2011 tenants under a commercial lease granted on or after 3 April 2012, or a person authorised by the tenant, is required to submit particulars to the Property Services Regulation Authority at 3 stages in the term of the lease as follows:
On termination of a lease, a tenant may be served with a schedule of dilapidations. This is essentially a schedule containing details of the tenants breach(es) of its repair obligations contained in the Lease
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