Real Estate Quarterly Summer 2016

Hogan Lovells quarterly newsletter on legal topics relevant to the UK real estate industry. This issue covers:

The UK has spoken, what now for real estate?

The battle at the ballot box is over; Brexit has won. After a hard-fought referendum campaign, the UK has decided to leave the European Union. As the dust settles, what does this mean for real estate? Click here for full article.


Negative thinking - base rates and real estate

Simon Keen plays “what if” and imagines the effect on real estate if the UK base rate were to drop below zero. Click here for full article.


What's in a name? Developers and development managers

Daniel Norris explains the different roles of developers and development managers. Click here for full article.


Assignments and guarantees: where are we now?

Landlords have no reason to fear Frankenstein’s monster, following the decision of the High Court in the EMI case in March, Katie Dunn reports. Click here for full article.


Negotiating and exercising break clauses

Break clauses are strictly interpreted by the courts, warns Janan Kanagaratnam. Even very minor errors can invalidate a valuable break right. Click here for full article.


A fine balance: the landlord's right to redevelop

Shanna Davison considers the implications of a recent case on the landlord’s right to redevelop versus the tenant’s right to quiet enjoyment. Click here for full article.



Lauren Addy considers remedies for delayed completion whilst Ben Willis advises on surrenders by operation of law. Click here to read full article.


Case round-up

Eleanor Stark and Paul Tonkin summarise recent case law.  Click here for full article.

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