How large will the damages be in the termination of a lease agreement? A co-production between Brick Advokat and Aderio Valuation & Dispute.
As most people are aware, the risk of damages according to the indirect possession protection is actualized when the landlord terminates the lease agreement. The question of whether damages should be paid or not is important in this context, but equally important is the question of what any damages might amount to. During this Brick-lunch, we will delve into the latter question.
Calculating damages according to the indirect possession protection is a complex exercise that involves assessment issues in both law and valuation theory. At this Brick-lunch, we will try to make the complicated understandable, by explaining how damages according to the indirect possession protection should be calculated in a potential damages dispute.
Food and learning are two good things. We therefore want to invite you to a lunch where we will go through the assessment of damages in the termination of lease agreements. The review is based on examples from recent court practice and business valuation and is held in Swedish.
Participation is free of charge, please note that the number of seats is limited. The lunch will be held at our office at Hamngatan 27 in Stockholm. The lecturers are Niclas Lifsten and Aksel von Sydow from Brick Advokat and Magnus Källander from Aderio.