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COVID-19: EXTENSION TO PROTECTIVE MEASURES FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS

On Friday 19th June 2020, the government announced a planned extension to the Coronavirus Act measures to protect commercial tenants and a new code of practice for landlords and tenants. The expiry of the current restrictions (set out below) is to be extended from 30th June 2020 to 30th September 2020, giving business tenants further breathing space to negotiate with their landlord.

COVID-19: EXTENSION TO PROTECTIVE MEASURES FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS

On Friday 19th June 2020, the government announced a planned extension to the Coronavirus Act measures to protect commercial tenants and a new code of practice for landlords and tenants. The expiry of the current restrictions (set out below) is to be extended from 30th June 2020 to 30th September 2020, giving business tenants further breathing space to negotiate with their landlord.

COVID-19: EXTENSION TO PROTECTIVE MEASURES FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS

Measures were announced by the government on 23rd April 2020, designed to protect tenants of commercial property from aggressive rent collection, potentially pushing viable businesses into insolvency.

COVID-19: NEW PROTECTIVE MEASURES FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS

Measures were announced by the government on 23rd April 2020, designed to protect tenants of commercial property from aggressive rent collection, potentially pushing viable businesses into insolvency.

New data shows drop in small buy to let landlords last year

Official HMRC data shows the number of small buy-to-let landlords dropped last year*, as cuts to tax relief start to bite, says accountants and business advisors, Moore.

Buy to let mortgages

The gradual restriction of tax relief for buy-to-let mortgage interest has received much publicity since the process commenced 5 April 2017. From that date, tax relief is converted from a straight forward deduction against business profits into a basic rate tax deduction.

Buy to let mortgages

The gradual restriction of tax relief for buy-to-let mortgage interest has received much publicity since the process commenced 5 April 2017. From that date, tax relief is converted from a straight forward deduction against business profits into a basic rate tax deduction.