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Webinar: Commercial property - emerging from Covid

23 June 2021

In this free webinar, Willans’ property litigation and commercial property lawyers take you through the measures currently available for landlords and tenants.

Topics covered within this webinar include:

  • the measures as things stand
  • other options for a landlord
  • concessions, variations and surrenders
  • other options for a tenant

Who will this webinar be of interest to?

  • Commercial landlords and tenants
  • Surveyors
  • Agents

Tune in to watch this session below.

Next date for your diary: 

    • 14 September 2021 | Autumn update for commercial landlords and tenants | 4.30-5.30pm
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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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