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Real Insights - Property Update

Issue 68
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Landlords' right to forfeit for unprotected commercial rents restored, as Coronavirus Act 2022 receives Royal Assent

The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022, which will receive Royal Assent today, 24 March, restricts landlords from pursuing tenants for unpaid rent and other sums that fell due during the "protected period", where premises were subject to mandatory closure requirements under the Coronavirus legislation.

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Overseas entities owning UK property: long proposed public register of beneficial owners and controllers is becoming reality

The Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act, which received Royal Assent on 15 March, introduces among other measures a "Register of Overseas Entities".

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Incorporating Biodiversity into Business

On 15 March, Mishcon de Reya hosted an in-person event to consider how new requirements to account for biodiversity are being implemented in investment, development and agriculture.

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Property Week – Biodiversity is everyone's business

The related crises of climate change and biodiversity loss present the greatest threat not only to the integrity of our environment but also to our economies, to peace and to security.

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Propertyshe podcast: Bill Hughes Head of Real Assets at Legal & General Investment Management

Bill is Head of Real Assets at Legal & General Investment Management.

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Property Week: Metaverse wave driven by crypto tech

In a recent article for Property Week, Susan Freeman explores how the current metaverse wave is driven by crypto technology, which allows the establishment of proprietary rights in the digital realm, and what this means for the real estate industry.

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