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This book provides guidance on how to draft and negotiate rent review clauses quickly and efficiently, whilst taking into account the requirements of both the client and the impact of case law. The author, a senior commercial property solicitor, offers practical guidance on all aspects of drafting both landlord and tenant and commercial property clauses.
Checklists, planning points, warnings and summaries in every chapter ensure that practitioners are forewarned, follow the correct procedures and avoid potential pitfalls. Specimen clauses, not only for mainstream rent reviews but also for special types of property and problems, are included and reproduced on disk to help save drafting time.
Given this versatility and the frequent use of rent review clauses in nearly all commercial leases, practitioners will find the advice contained in this work useful in everyday practice throughout the entire property cycle. Complete with negotiating points and drafting alternatives, it will also prove invaluable in negotiations.