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A Guide to Landlord and Tenant Law

Author/EditorWalsh, Emily (Author)
ISBN: 9781138694316
Pub Date15/06/2018
BindingPaperback
Pages348
Dimensions (mm)246(h) * 174(w)
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A Guide to Landlord and Tenant Law provides a strong foundation in commercial landlord and tenant, and housing law. The book is designed to provide a complete course text for both undergraduate and postgraduate students from surveying and real estate management backgrounds. This clear and accessible textbook aims to introduce the reader to the fundamentals of both residential and commercial landlord and tenant law by considering the nature of the tenancy and the relationship between the parties. It examines the main elements of the commercial lease including rent, repair, alienation, termination and statutory renewal. The main types of residential tenancy are also considered including: assured and assured shorthold tenancies, secure and Rent Act tenancies and long leasehold enfranchisement. The book aims to familiarise the reader with the contractual documentation as well as the common law and statutory codes which form the basis of landlord and tenant transactions. It contains useful features such as:

extracts from the Model Commercial Lease

key case summaries, a glossary and chapter summaries

further reading lists and a companion website with practice questions and legal updates
In addition, students on the Legal Practice Course and Bar Professional Training Course will find this to be a useful supplementary resource as will professional surveyors and lawyers looking for a refresher on the latest landlord and tenant law.

A Guide to Landlord and Tenant Law provides a strong foundation in commercial landlord and tenant, and housing law. The book is designed to provide a complete course text for both undergraduate and postgraduate students from surveying and real estate management backgrounds. This clear and accessible textbook aims to introduce the reader to the fundamentals of both residential and commercial landlord and tenant law by considering the nature of the tenancy and the relationship between the parties. It examines the main elements of the commercial lease including rent, repair, alienation, termination and statutory renewal. The main types of residential tenancy are also considered including: assured and assured shorthold tenancies, secure and Rent Act tenancies and long leasehold enfranchisement. The book aims to familiarise the reader with the contractual documentation as well as the common law and statutory codes which form the basis of landlord and tenant transactions. It contains useful features such as:

extracts from the Model Commercial Lease

key case summaries, a glossary and chapter summaries

further reading lists and a companion website with practice questions and legal updates
In addition, students on the Legal Practice Course and Bar Professional Training Course will find this to be a useful supplementary resource as will professional surveyors and lawyers looking for a refresher on the latest landlord and tenant law.

Emily Walsh is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Business and Law, University of Portsmouth, UK.

Part 1 - Leases, the basic principles 1 Introduction 2 The Lease/ license distinction 3 Formalities for creating a lease Part 2 - Obligations within the lease and termination 4 Introduction to obligations 5 Implied obligations 6 Express obligations 7 Repair 8 Rent 9 Alienation 10 Termination Part 3 - Business tenancies 11 Introduction 12 Who is a business tenant? 13 Contracting out, continuation and termination 14 Grounds of opposition 15 Application and grant of a new tenancy 16 Code for leasing business premises Part 4 - Residential tenancies 17 Introduction 18 Rent Act tenancies 19 Assured and assured shorthold tenancies 20 Secure tenancies 21 Protection from eviction 22 Long leaseholds and enfranchisement 23 Commonhold Part 5 - Agricultural tenancies 24 Agricultural Holdings 25 Farm Business Tenancies

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