Opening and operating a restaurant can be an exciting venture, but it also involves navigating various legal requirements. One crucial aspect of operating a restaurant is obtaining the necessary licences and permits.
Fly-tipping is an offence under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, incurring not only financial penalties but also potential imprisonment.
We have been asked whether a landlord is able to operate historic rent reviews.
The intermediate tenant under the headlease falls away and the tenant under the sublease becomes the direct tenant of the superior landlord.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way the world works and seems to have also transformed the way UK visa applications are submitted and processed. The Home Office consistently updates their Covid-19 policies, making it imperative for UK visa applicants to remain hypervigilant when applying for an initial visa or applying to extend their stay in the UK.
Often the hardest part of opening a restaurant is finding the perfect property for your venture but once you are in then you then need to make it a success.
We highlight rent review points from two transactions where we have acted for the prospective tenants and were asked to advise whether the wording of the rent review clauses had a disadvantageous effect on the tenants in question.
Whether you own a restaurant or are looking to open one it is crucial to ensure you keep your tables full, especially in an uncertain market. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted trade with not just lockdown but also home-working causing a loss of passing trade and cautious customers also cancelling bookings.