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Commercial leases

Cut research time and instead quickly find cases that impact your practice and your clients’ businesses.

What’s covered

A cross-section of the most relevant and ground-breaking arbitration and domestic and European legislation is covered.

Cases relate to:

  • commercial property law
  • tenancy agreements and leases
  • repair obligations
  • break clauses
  • insurance
  • planning
  • assignment and sub-letting.

Editor John Hewitt, a commercial property legal expert, picks every case, including cases from other legal areas if they are pertinent to commercial property practice.

You are kept fully up to date with coverage even before cases are reported. Unreported cases are included if relevant.

Structured, clear information

You are kept fully up to date with coverage even before cases are reported. Unreported cases are included if relevant. Structured, clear information Every case has a short introduction explaining its importance. Salient points within decisions are extracted. Succinct summaries give clear case overviews.

You can find your way through the detail via section headings, verbatim court judgments and ‘take-home’ points.

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Regular updates

Published 10 times a year.

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Cross-references

Pointing to further relevant research.

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Information in advance

Cases covered before they are reported.

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Annual index

Quick reference to cases reported and referred to.

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Wider coverage

Other legal areas covered when relevant.

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Expert commentary

Relevance and importance of cases explained.

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Printed, via i-law.com and commercial-leases.com.

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    Construction law August 2017 round-up

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    This booklet of extracts combines recent articles from Building Law Reports, Commercial Leases and Building Law Monthly, as well as other sources on i-law.com, to provide a round-up of our must-see content from July and August 2017.

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