Licence to occupy and Sitting-out Licence published

PLC Property has published two new Standard documents and a Practice note.

The two new Standard documents are:

PLC Property has also published a new Practice note: Lease, Licence, Tenancy at will - Which to use when?

This Practice note discusses the differences between a lease, licence and tenancy at will in the context of business premises. It concentrates on when to use which arrangement, particularly in the context of short term occupational arrangements.


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