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Forfeiting a commercial property lease? Watch Chloe Benson's 3 minute video guide, real estate dispute resolution

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Chloe Benson in Goodman Derrick's Real Estate Dispute Resolution team focuses on three important points for landlords to think about before deciding on whether or not to forfeit a lease of commercial premises:

1. Practical considerations

2. Legal considerations

3. Considerations post-forfeiture.


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This guide is for general information and interest only and should not be relied upon as providing specific legal advice. If you require any further information about the issues raised in this article, please contact the author or call 0207 404 0606 and ask to speak to your usual Goodman Derrick contact.

Real Estate Dispute Resolution at Goodman Derrick 

Our Real Estate Dispute Resolution team has a wealth of experience in both the commercial and residential property sectors.

Our lawyers work closely with the firm’s non-contentious Real Estate group to provide dispute resolution support and assistance when it is required. Our advice is focused on facilitating practical and commercial solutions.

Our approach ensures that problems are resolved in the most cost effective way and at the earliest stage. We know that our clients will want to avoid litigation in the courts but if matters need to be hard fought then we are highly experienced at dealing with cases at all levels of the court system.

We advise our commercial clients on every type of landlord and tenant dispute in relation to both freehold and leasehold property. We have become well known for advising in relation to complex developments such as shopping centres and large mixed use sites.

Our commercial clients include nationwide retail chains, property developers, investors and managers of substantial portfolios as well as international organisations with UK property interests.

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