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Lewis Nedas Law are London-based solicitors, frequently rated in both Chambers UK and The Legal 500. With over 30 years’ experience as specialist solicitors in central London, UK, we can help you or your business today. Tel: 020 7387 2032.
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Latest Successful results for Lewis Nedas law serious crime and fraud defence lawyers

  1. Sean Riley, represented an individual who received a sentence of a suspended prison sentence, after having pleaded guilty to a serious assault upon his partner. The case attracted Nationwide publicity, because despite suffering a broken neck and major head injury, his partner did not support the prosecution against him.
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New instructions for Lewis Nedas law Serious Crime and Fraud defence lawyers

  1. Jeffrey Lewis has been instructed to defend a Company Director, facing prosecution by HMRC concerning a substantial VAT fraud spanning decades.
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Guide to using break notices

A break clause can be added to a lease to allow either the landlord or the tenant to end the lease early. They offer tenants flexibility to react to any changes in their circumstances (change in relationship or employment) as well as the conditions of the housing market.

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Status of former tenants under a contracted out lease that remain in occupation

Once a former tenant remains in occupation of a property after the expiration of a contracted out lease has expired, the situation on their status can become complicated. If the landlord fails to act in these circumstances, or takes rent from the tenant past the expiration date, then the continued occupation of the premises is likely to result in either a Tenancy at Will or a Periodic Tenancy.

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Guide for Commercial Landlords on remedies for non-payment of rent

It can be very stressful for landlords when tenants default on payment and can cause financial difficulties. There are various remedies however that are available to the landlord in this situation, and here we discuss the routes that can be taken. This can be a complicated area of law and it is advisable to make sure you seek specialist legal advice on the best options in your circumstances.

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