• Doctrine of Frustration

    If you are publican who has been wondering if you can end your agreement early then please read on.

Doctrine of Frustration & Agreements

For those publicans have no wish to abandon their pub and would instead like to have proper closure and legal certainty that they will not be chased by their landlord with demands for money it is clear that a good arguable case can be made for those tenants who rent pubs on non-renewable agreements with less than 5 years to run.

i.e. your agreement is not a protected lease and is excluded from the renewal provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954

We have consulted with leading lawyers who are on board and ready begin a strength of case review for those who would like to be considered, if you would like to be included in a test case please fill in the form on this page.

If you are unsure if your agreement is or isn’t protected check with your pub company or landlord first.

If we can’t help you with frustration then please check our other services to help with you pub finances > award_winning_service

 

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