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Renewable energy projects can be low-stress revenue streams for farmers to earn regular income through good years and bad ones. To make the decision process easier, we’ve spelled out what farmers need to know before signing a solar or wind farm lease agreement.
Seeking the help of commercial property lawyers is an important step in handling any breach of a commercial lease. We’ve written this guide to help landlords understand their rights and obligations when it comes to how to evict a commercial tenant or deal with tenant rent defaults.
Everything you need to know about commercial lease extensions and renewals.
Under a commercial lease, a landlord has a right to distrain goods in premises for outstanding rent. This right entitles a landlord (or a person lawfully authorised by the landlord) to enter the premises, seize goods on the premises and to sell them by public auction for the best price that can be obtained in order to satisfy any outstanding rent due to the landlord. The procedure is governed by the Landlord and Tenant Act 1936.