By John Vivian, Cameron McKenna, John Vivian, Cameron McKenna26 February 1999
Landlord Landlords need to make clear in their leases which party is responsible for the cost of remediation works to protect themselves if contamination occurs A well-drafted lease will comprise an agreement by a tenant not to cause any damage or disturbance to ...
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