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You may come across a legal document called a ‘Licence of Alterations’ or ‘Licence to Alter’ related to what alterations a tenant has (or wants) to carry out at a property.
This is when you have a let property and a landlord and tenant, where the tenant usually wants to make some physical changes and alterations to their area.
It boils down to the landlord or freeholder giving consent to this and all the nitty-gritty details of how and when this is carried out.
It’s often with commercial properties, where there’s a lease in place and usually big and regular changes needed by a business tenant – for example, a new office layout with a new partition and a breakout area, or a retail shop new fit-out with shelves and...Write comment (0 Comments)