Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you.
Just to check, is this a uk law question or EU?
The Salon, whose name is ***** ***** please?
Ok - you need to approach the Landlord and ask.
If its not then I would suggest your wife signs a new lease to make sure it is locked up.
If there is a new lease then your wife needs to check the name, if it under the name of the Salon then you are ok.
If not then she needs to approach the Landlord and ask why there is a new lease under the name of the manager.
If there is a lease under the name of the manager then all she can do is sue the manager as a result of this. The Landlord should be invited as to the circumstances of the lease - whether it was his understand it was on behalf of you as Salon owner. If so then it can be transferred to you.
If not, then any claim would be direct against the manager.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?Alex
You would be suing the manger for breach of contract because they have failed to act with all good faith.
They have taken the business.
You could claim for loss of profit, if the manager is taking the business and/or an order that the lease is transferred to you.
Does that clarify? Alex
Ah no, your wife needs to get a lease. Then she will be ok
Ok - but then you either need to get the lease signed.
If there is no signed lease the Landlord can get you out at any time.
Therefore you MUST get a lease.