Flexible office space: Sharing possession or occupation?

With demand for flexible office space on the rise, Mark Shelton considers the best arrangements for sharing space ‘Where the provider of the flexible space is itself a leaseholder, the alienation provisions of its lease are of course of crucial importance. The issues raised are essentially the same as have always arisen where occupiers have …
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Cases Referenced

  • Akici v L R Butlin [2005] EWCA Civ 1296
  • Lam Kee Ying v Lam Shes Tong [1974] UKPC 19
  • Mean Fiddler Holdings v Islington London Borough Council [2003] 2 EGLR 7
  • Tulapam Properties Ltd v De Almeida [1981] 2 EGLR 55
  • Wallace v C Brian Barratt & Son Ltd & anor [1997] EWCA Civ 1281