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Aoife Coughlan: How tenants and landlords can navigate Covid’s challenges

With no end to the crisis in sight, both parties need to actively engage with one another to find solutions

26th April, 2020
Commercial landlords must confront the reality that many tenants will simply be unable to pay their rent in the coming months

The closure of all but essential businesses will inevitably lead to commercial tenants being unable to pay their rent and seeking accommodations to be made by their landlord, due to the ongoing global health crisis.

Commercial landlords must confront the reality that many tenants will simply be unable to pay their rent in the coming months due to the complete cessation of their business function. Eviction is not a feasible solution as, in most instances,...

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