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S Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel – The Conclusion!

In October this year we left landlords and tenants around the country holding their breath for the outcome of the Supreme Court decision in S Franses Limited v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd [2018] UKSC 62. Well the waiting is now over as the Supreme Court has now handed down its judgement in one of the […]


Can your landlord waive a lease covenant which it was obliged to enforce?

This is an interesting question and one which I know many leaseholders wrestle with when dealing with their landlords. While I’m sure that there may well be leases out there allowing direct enforcement of covenants by leaseholders against other leaseholders I have yet to see one. This leaves leaseholders in a difficult position having to […]


Dispute Resolution Strategies for Business

Disputes. You can try your best to avoid conflict in your life but at some stage you will find yourself at odds with someone or something in your personal or business life. It can take the form of a dispute with a neighbour, a bad meal, purchased item or a problem with an outstanding invoice. […]


Commercial Debt Recovery – Cashflow in Volatile Times

Optimising cash flow for your business in these politically volatile times This is not another party political broadcast. Due to other commitments, we have not had the time to form the rhw party in this election cycle, but who knows what may lay ahead for 2022…? On a serious note, regardless of your political ideology, […]