In a recent case, the court has adopted a practical approach to interpreting the rules of the contracting out procedure for business leases under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
Tenanted, unoccupied or mortgage-free properties have long been at high risk of property fraud, in the form of fraudulent sales or mortgages.
In the past, criminals have employed various techniques to gain ownership of property, including identity theft, or simply forging transfer documentation.
BRM’s Commercial Property Team has advised in the purchase of Kelham Hall in Newark for an undisclosed amount, acting for the buyers Kelham Hall Limited.
The historic Gothic-Revival-style hall was built in 1863 for the Manners-Sutton family, but for the last 40 years has been used as offices by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Whilst maintaining its well-earned local reputation, BRM’s Commercial Property Department has been growing in the face of tough market conditions. Growth has been based on BRM’s ability to
The Destination Chesterfield website recently reported that according to figures contained in a national report, Chesterfield has the 3rd lowest number of shop vacancies in its town centre compared to other large centres.
It is essential you are aware of the changes to Capital Allowances post 1 April 2012.
Unless you agree and notify HMRC of any