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Three key issues to consider if your lease assignment is now void
Suzanne Dray, Practical Law Property
In a recent case coming out of the administration of high street retailer HMV, the High Court has held that a tenant may not assign its lease to its guarantor.
Can we fight this? Yes you can: quicker, cheaper business litigation
Gurbinder Grewal, Partner, Dentons
One of the first questions when a dispute arises, regardless of the merits of the claim, is: “can we afford to fight this?” Faced with potentially large costs, many businesses are forced to consider compromise, particularly if the costs in money and management time are likely to be disproportionate to the sum in dispute.
When government changes its mind: Solar Century’s lesson for in-house lawyers
Peter Harvey, Practical Law Environment
The recent Solar Century case gives an important warning to in-house lawyers about the government’s ability to change policy at short notice, despite potentially devastating effects on a particular sector.
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