Company Voluntary Arrangements, known as CVAs, have been widely trending in the property press. The increased use of CVAs, especially in the retail sector, means that landlords need to know what to do if they are faced with a CVA and how the CVA terms may affect their tenancy agreements.

In this recording of a webinar Elaine Petterson, Partner in Brodies Real Estate team and Shirley Li-Ting an Associate in our Banking team, provide a practical guide to CVAs for landlords and their managing agents on how to approach CVAs from a property perspective. This presentation covers what a CVA is and when it can be used by a tenant, as well as recommendations and tips for a landlord who is managing a CVA.

CVAs - What landlords need to know


Shirley Li-Ting

Legal Director