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  1. Exeter High Street Shops Lease
    Options when your landlord breaches a commercial lease – by Thomas Lewis of WBW Solicitors

    Under a typical commercial lease, the landlord has fewer obligations than the tenant but they are significant: maintaining and insuring the building, providing services and not interfering with the tenant’s right to occupy.  Any breach could affect a commercial tenant’s business and cause problems for staff, customers and suppliers. ‘A commercial tenant’s main priority will…

  2. commercial property leases
    Commercial Landlords – Review your Leases and EPCs Now – by Anthony Fripp

    The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015, came into effect on 1 April 2018 and are still taking some of commercial landlord clients by surprise. They introduce Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (“MEES”), which are important to get to grips with now, as these apply to all leases now being granted. Whilst…

  3. WBW Solicitors act for Exeter’s new Irish sports bar – The Stand Off

    Ashley Bevans, Commercial Property Solicitor at WBW Solicitors talks about his recent role in Exeter’s new sports bar – The Stand Off. The Stand-Off opened their doors last month and is located in Portland House, Longbrook Street on the site of the former Bookcover, after a comprehensive refurbishment. Fronted by Gareth Steenson who has teamed…