Lease clarity needed post-Franses

Sadly, we are all too familiar with the resulting conflict that the question of leave or remain raises. It leads to high emotions, tense battles and intricate claims and counter-claims.

For once, we are not talking Brexit. Instead, this in or out argument concerns a recent test of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and the desire of one landlord to implement ground (f) to defeat one of its tenants’ rights to renew and obtain possession of its unit to allow for a change of use.

The Supreme Court judgment in S