Category Archives: Assigning a Commercial Lease

Pub Co Tied Leases, Questions that you need to Ask and Answers that you need to know. (Part 1)

  Pub Co Tied Leases, Questions that you need to Ask and Answers that you need to know before you start spending money. (Part 1) All these questions you need positive answers to, in writing, from your Pub Co/Landlord before  you consult a Solicitor/Commercial Lawyer or seriously consider taking a Tied Lease and start paying… Read More »

Pub Co’s, Pub Code Adjudicator (PCA), New Legislation and Reasonableness, “Barrel-Dregs”

  Pub Co’s, Pub Code Adjudicator (PCA), New Legislation and Reasonableness, “Barrel-Dregs” A note from my learned colleague Potboy (Midlands), the foxy Pub Co’s would appear to have outwitted the poor old lamb, Pub Code Adjudicator (PCA), on would you believe, reasonableness. I can’t even think of a time that a member of a Pub… Read More »

Assigning a Pub/Commercial Lease and the Pitfalls, Authorised Guarantee Agreement (AGA)

Assigning a Pub/Commercial Lease and the Pitfalls, Part 1 Authorised Guarantee Agreement (AGA) Introduction:- Most people, when they decide to take the plunge and become Self Employed in a Retail Business, end up taking a Commercial Lease, unless they have enough money to buy a Freehold. By Retail, this includes licensed, catering, accommodation, dry goods,… Read More »

Assigning a Pub/Commercial Lease and the Pitfalls, Part 3,

Assigning a Pub/Commercial Lease and the Pitfalls, Part 3, other issues. The Pub Co’s created another problem, if there were cash flow problems and the rent was not paid, the whole family would be evicted in a very short space of time because it’s a commercial property, whereas domestic accommodation is totally different, it can… Read More »

Assigning a Pub/Commercial Lease and the Pitfalls, Part 2, Dilapidations

Assigning a Pub/Commercial Lease and the Pitfalls, Part 2 Dilapidations With the advent of the Pub Co’s and tied leases, a new problem entered the industry on a large scale, previously Brewers had short term tenancies with limited responsibilities and the tenant was not responsible for repairs and structural faults, only painting and decorating, the… Read More »