Residential Possession Proceedings explains how a landlord or mortgagee can effect possession of a property or how an occupant can prevent an order for possession being made. The commentary is supported by statutory extracts, forms and case law. The 7th edition covers: * The Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 * Human Rights after the major House of Lords decision on the impact of the European Convention on Human Rights and possession claims, including London Borough of Harrow v. Qazi, 2003 * The Land Registration Act 2002 * Anti-social behaviour and demoted tenancies and new provisions allowing local authority and registered social landlords to demote secure and assured tenancies with very limited security * Changes under the Civil Procedure Rules * Unfair terms in tenancy agreements * Related powers to deal with difficult tenants, injunctive powers for arrest * Disability and discrimination * New powers in relation to tenant's deposits and possession
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1. Termination and the right to possession. Has a tenancy been created? Forfeiture. Other methods of termination. Leases: assignment, sub-letting, bankruptcy and death. Licence agreements. 2. Termination and the right to possession - particular cases. Assured tenancies. Assured short-hold tenancies. Regulated tenancies. Restricted contracts. Local authority housing and housing associations. Introductory tenancies. Shared accommodation and resident landlords. Protected short-holds. Long tenancies at low rent. Employees, premises with a business use and company lets. Agricultural accommodation. Student accommodation, holiday accommodation, board and attendance. Mobile homes. Miscellaneous. 3. The proceedings for possession. Court proceedings. County court procedure. High Court procedure. Evidence. Rent cases. Other common grounds for possession. Summary possession proceedings. Mortgage possession proceedings. Unlawful eviction and harassment: the occupier's remedies. 4. Appendices. Two Rent/Housing Act excep
Residential Possession Proceedings by Gary Webber
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