CVAs can provide a lifeline for tenants in financial difficulties but can severely diminish the value of a landlord’s investment. Lewis Couth considers CVAs from both parties’ perspectives and investigates a potential saving grace for landlords It is likely that landlords will have to face the risk of their leasehold investments diminishing in value in …
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