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Beginner's Guide To Leases

Continuing our series on legal concepts aimed at those working in tax Suzanne Gill Partner and Tim Dale Senior Solicitor McGrigors discuss the events which occur during the life of a lease
As we saw in the last article a lease is a particular form of contract between a landowner (or leaseholder) and a tenant. Although it takes many of the attributes of a standard contract and so is open to negotiation as with a standard contract it has certain special characteristics and is regulated by a number of statutes. As a result there are certain restrictions on the rights of either party to contract and certain benefits which are not found in a standard contract.
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