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14 June 2019

When an existing lease expires, a tenant may have the “option” to renew the lease. Essentially a tenant has the right to have a new lease granted to them on the same terms as the existing lease. However, the rent will be reviewed in accordance with the rent review terms of the existing lease. 

So, what should a landlord be aware of when the initial term of a lease is coming to an end?  

We have put together a handy checklist for landlords. 

News
07 June 2019

In the latest issue of the F&P (Fundraising & Philanthropy) magazine, Joanne Grant, Partner at Makinson d’Apice takes a look at the legislative and compliance requirements that will impact the charity and not-for-profit sector in the next 12 months.

Publication
28 May 2019

Each state and territory has its own retail tenancy legislation which are all different and all of which are unavoidable and override lease provisions if they apply.  Whilst the specifics of the legislation differ the intention and rationale behind the legislation is the same and there are numerous general common features.

News
14 May 2019

Makinson d’Apice is proud to share that Ella Alexander who leads our firm’s Pro Bono Program has won the Lawyers Weekly 30Under30 Pro Bono award.

Publication
by Bill d'Apice and 2 others
14 June 2019

When an existing lease expires, a tenant may have the “option” to renew the lease. Essentially a tenant has the right to have a new lease granted to them on the same terms as the existing lease. However, the rent will be reviewed in accordance with the rent review terms of the existing lease. 

So, what should a landlord be aware of when the initial term of a lease is coming to an end?  

We have put together a handy checklist for landlords. 

Publication
by Chris Drayton and Matthew Wells
02 May 2019

It is not uncommon for a landlord to receive notification without warning from an administrator of a corporate tenant advising that the tenant has entered into administration. The following article provides tips for landlords when they have a tenant in administration. 

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