Third revised edition of this text for students of law and related business and professional courses. The first part centres on the general law of leases, the second explores the continuing impact of the Housing Act 1988, the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993, the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 and the Housing Act 1996.
This is a concise text for law students and students of related business and professional courses who need up-to-date legal knowledge of this subject. This third edition has been fully revised; the first part of the book centres on the general law of leases, their contractual nature and the interests and obligations which a lease creates. Recent trends, including recent important cases in repairs, rent reviews, liability of covenants and the changes in this area made by the Landlord & Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995 are carefully assessed. In the second part, the authors explore the continuing impact of the Housing Act 1988 as well as considering the effect of the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993, and the changes introduced by the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 and the Housing Act 1996.
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Table of Cases - Table of Statutes - Preface - PART 1: LEASES: THE GENERAL LAW - Essential Characteristics of a Lease - Different Types of Lease - Formalities for Creating a Lease - Covenants and Conditions in Leases - Obligations Implied on Behalf of the Landlord - Obligations Implied on Behalf of the Tenant - Enforceability of Covenants Between Successors in Title to the Landlord and Tenant - The Effects of some Covenants often Included in Leases - Enforceability of a Lease against a Purchaser of the Freehold Reversion: Title - to Leasehold Property - Termination of a Lease - PART II: LEASES: STATUTORY LAW - Private Residential Accommodation - Private Residential Accommodation: Long Leases - Public Sector Residential Accommodation - Business Tenancies - Agricultural Holdings
Landlord and Tenant Law by Margaret Wilkie
Palgrave Law Masters
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