This information is correct as of 10 June 2020.

Negotiation of commercial leases is key for the viability of businesses to move forward.
Discover how the Government’s announcements will help commercial renters during COVID-19. 

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The Government has announced a range of measures to help commercial renters during COVID-19. These include a temporary hold on evictions as well as a mandatory code of conduct for commercial tenancies to support small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) affected by coronavirus. 

This session aims to help you understand:

  • Types of documentation a party can ask the other to provide
  • The meaning of “good faith” negotiations
  • What to consider if the parties cannot agree on the operation of the lease during the pandemic period.

Warwick La Hood

Director - Property | Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

Warwick's specialty is property law, particularly focusing on leasing for businesses.  Whether leasing is retail, commercial or industrial, Warwick is a strong advocate for fair and balanced relationships between landlord and tenant.  

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