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The Coronavirus Act 2020 and its ongoing impact on commercial tenants
Amy Sevier gives a New Year update on the Coronavirus Act 2020
Commercial Landlords in Retail & Leisure
Property Litigation Consultant Solicitor, Amy Sevier comments in Property Investor News about the impact of the Coronavirus Act 2020 on Commercial Landlords.
The Coronavirus Act 2020 – the impact on residential tenancy agreements
What protections does The Coronavirus Act 2020 offer to residential landlords and tenants?
March Quarter Day - To pay or not to pay?
With the March “quarter day” coming just days after the Covid-19 lockdown was announced, it isn’t surprising that many commercial landlords and tenants…
Welcome to Alex Wyatt
We are delighted to welcome Senior Associate, Alex Wyatt to our Property Dispute Resolution team.
Life as a trainee solicitor in the Property Dispute Resolution department
Trainee solicitor Stephanie Clarke explains her seat at SA Law with the Property Dispute Resolution team.
Amy Sevier wins the Women in Law Award for Property Litigation
SA Law Property Litigation expert Amy Sevier wins Women in Law 2018 Award from Lawyer Monthly magazine
Consent to Assign: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Head of Property Dispute Resolution at SA Law, St Albans writes in BRC's The Retailer.
EPCs and MEEs: What is the change in the law?
Head of Property Dispute Resolution Amy Sevier examines two legal changes that will affect approximately 18% of the UK commercial property.
Gore v Naheed - Rights of way
Head of property Dispute Resolution at SA Law, St Albans writes in property Investor News
The Electronic Communications Code: What you need to know
Head of Property Dispute Resolution, Amy Sevier examines the changes to the Electronic Communications Code
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Ground (f) redevelopment: When unconditional intention appears to be conditional
Head of Property Dispute Resolution Amy Sevier writes for Property Investor News on redevelopment.