This work offers an explanation of how a landlord, licensor or mortgagee can recover possession of a property, and of how an occupant can prevent an order for possession from being made. It includes a wealth of specimen letters, notices and pleadings, and provides information on recent CPR changes.
Written in a practical and easy-to-use style, Residential Possession Proceedings offers an invaluable explanation of how a landlord, licensor or mortgagee can recover possession of a property, or of how an occupant can prevent an order for possession from being made. Examining the relevant law, procedures, evidence and court orders available, this edition incorporates the significant changes brought about by the Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules, implemented on 15 October, 2001. These introduce Parts 55 and 56 to the CPR, relating specifically to possession proceedings and lease renewal. * New edition of an authoritative and popular practitioner work on this subject * Comprehensive - provides all the relevant law in one clear, well written volume * Includes a wealth of specimen letters, notices and pleadings, ensuring its value in day-to-day use * Up-to-date - provides the latest information on recent CPR changes in this area and other case law developments
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I would have no hesitation in recommending this book both to the specialist, and more importantly, to those like myself who only occasionally do landlord and tenant work....a comprehensive, straightforward and readable account of how a landlord, licensor or mortgagee can recover possession of a property, and how an occupant can prevent an order from being made....does not disappoint. It provides a valuable starting point for any practitioner advising in connection with residential possession proceedings. New Law Journal - of previous edition.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Termination and the rights to possession. Part 2: Termination and the right to possession - particular cases. Part 3: The proceedings for possession. Part 4: Appendices.
Residential Possession Proceedings by Gary Webber
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