October 5, 2022
By Siôn Fôn
The Regulations meant that landlords in Wales were not be able to bring their commercial leases to an end and evict their tenant if they failed to pay rent, despite the fact that commercial leases in England could be forfeited.
With no further extension announced, the moratorium came to an end on 25 September 2022. This means that landlords of commercial leases in Wales and England are now free to forfeit tenancies provided that there is a right under the lease and the strict rules are followed.
Now with costs increasing and financial pressures mounting, many commercial tenants will likely be struggling this winter.
So, what are the next steps for landlords? We have come up with top tips that you, as landlords, should consider that will help you manage the arrears of your commercial tenants:
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