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Beyond the forfeiture moratorium: reinstating your lease

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As a commercial tenant, you’re safe – for now. However, the forfeiture moratorium under the Coronavirus Act 2020 is not a rental holiday. Unless you’ve agreed alternative arrangements with your landlord, your rent still falls due under the terms of the lease.

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23 March 2020 0 Comments Posted in Opinion, Property Disputes, Real Estate

Rents in the time of coronavirus

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Rents in the time of coronavirus

The effects of the unfolding coronavirus crisis on commercial property occupancy have been nothing short of seismic.

Pubs, restaurants and leisure centres across the country have closed. While not expressly told to close by the Government until 23 March, most retailers had already followed suit. All these businesses, along with many corporate occupiers – and their landlords – are feeling the pressure and grappling with the uncertainty.

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