Category Archives: Commercial Property

Enforcing a Judgment

In tip sheet 7, we explained the benefits of pre-issue checks on debtors before commencing proceedings in the County Court. This avoids spending money to obtain Judgment and then finding that your debtor is a “man of straw” and has … Continue reading

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Landlords: what to do (or not to do) if your tenant abandons the premises?

In the current economic climate, an increasing number of landlords are faced with tenants who vacate premises and stop paying rent with little or no warning. How a landlord should react in this situation depends on what they hope to … Continue reading

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Commercial Property Testimonial

Commercial Property Testimonial Great Service. Hannah is a credit to your company. Very impressed. I have already recommended my father who is using your services and I am about to appoint Hannah Collins on a property development deal. Hannah is … Continue reading

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Access to the UK Business Market

With a Corporate Department in Hertford (20 miles north of London) Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP is well placed to support any business looking to create a market share in the UK as a springboard to the larger prize of … Continue reading

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Happy New Year and a Prosperous 2013 from Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP

I write on behalf of Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP to thank you for your continued custom in 2012 and to wish you the very best in the year to come. The firm offers the following services and details can … Continue reading

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Tyre fire courts controversy on who pays the bill

Commercial property owners and tenants reminded to keep up with insurance obligations following the ruling of The Court of Appeal in the case of Wyvern Tyres, where a fire spread next door, with judges saying the company is not liable … Continue reading

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SME Corner: Warranties and Indemnities – the tax consequences explained

In a Company Sale, a claim for breach of warranty depends on proof of loss and the purchaser must establish that the value of the shares has been diminished by the breach. They are also subject to the normal contractual … Continue reading

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How can I enter the UK Business Market?

With a Corporate Department in Hertford (20 miles north of London) Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP is well placed to support any business looking to create a market share in the UK as a springboard to the larger prize of … Continue reading

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Why not try Commercial Property Rent Reduction before it makes you insolvent?

Following on from my previous blog entitled ‘Why is Retail suffering more in this recession?’ I referred to rent negotiations in my article. I feel that it is worthwhile examining the complexities of Administrator and Landlord negotiations when a retail business … Continue reading

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Thinking of entering the UK Business Market?

Having developed a Corporate Department in Hertford (20 miles north of London) Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP is well placed to support any business looking to create a market share in the UK as a springboard to the larger prize … Continue reading

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