COVID-19 is affecting the global commercial real estate industry in different ways, depending on the jurisdiction or asset class. With more than 1,400 lawyers in our global Real Estate group, we are here to help institutional investors, private equity firms, landlords and property owners, construction companies, developers and financial institutions explore the short and long-term effects of the pandemic on the sector and your business operations. In this hub, you will find a range of resources, podcasts, webinar recordings, as well as real estate insights and construction insights from across the world. We are adding content all the time, so please check back regularly.
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United Kingdom: Our construction team's regular guide to new and proposed legislation that will affect the UK construction industry.
United Kingdom: January is traditionally the time when experts look into their crystal ball and predict the outcome for the next 12 months. It would have taken some effort to correctly forecast what happened to real estate funds during 2020.
United Kingdom: Welcome to 2021 and our regular Newsletter published by Dentons' Asset Management & Investment Funds group. It starts with our half-yearly regulatory update. We then have a series of opinion pieces, with Brexit, AIFMD, tax (and asset holding companies) and ELTIFs on the agenda. We are delighted to include another client perspective in this Newsletter, in this case from David Smith, Senior Managing Director of the Co-investment team at Capital Dynamics.
We provide a selection of opinion pieces and industry insights from our experts. Brexit, AIFMD, the use of asset holding companies in alternative fund structures, and long-term investment funds are on the agenda.
United Kingdom: Our latest articles on recent issues and news affecting UK construction businesses.
United Kingdom: Our construction team's regular guide to new and proposed legislation that will affect the UK construction industry. Parts of this update were published in Construction Law magazine's "state of play" table, number 255 on 1 December 2020.
On December 21, 2020, the Council of Ministers published a regulation on the establishment of certain restrictions, orders and prohibitions in connection with the occurrence of a state of epidemic ("Regulation"), which aims, among other things, at introducing (and in some cases reintroducing) solutions limiting the operation of particular activities and services in the real estate sector.
United Kingdom: Our construction team's regular guide to new and proposed legislation that will affect the UK construction industry. Parts of this update were published in Construction Law magazine's "state of play" table, number 254.
United Kingdom: Gurbinder Grewal in the Construction team looks at the impact of the new Insolvency Act. Caution is urged before suspending work for non-payment.
Canada: In a recent decision, 7636156 Canada Inc. (Re), 2020 ONCA 681, the Ontario Court of Appeal (ONCA) confirmed that a landlord’s right to collect under a letter of credit (LOC) taken as security in connection with a lease is not limited to the landlord’s preferred claim of three months’ arrears of rent and three months’ worth of accelerated rent under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA).
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