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Webinar: Giving effective notice on commercial property

21 April 2021

In this free webinar, Willans’ property litigation lawyers take you through the options available for ending a lease early and the pitfalls to avoid on commercial property.

Topics covered within this webinar include:

  • drafting and serving break notices
  • ensuring that a break is effective
  • dilapidations
  • other options

Who will this webinar be of interest to?

  • Commercial tenants
  • Surveyors
  • Agents

Tune in to watch this session below:

Next date for your diary: 

  • 22 June 2021 | Emerging from Covid – an update for commercial landlords and tenants | 4.30-5.30pm

Want to speak with us?  

As always, we are here to help so please get in touch with our property litigation team.

Contact Nick

Disclaimer: Please note this webinar is for guidance only and is not intended to replace tailored legal advice. Please contact us if we can be of further assistance.

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