This text aims to provide a comprehensive exposition of the law relating to landlord and tenant. It covers the characteristics of different types of lease, the obligations implied on behalf of the landlord and tenant, the effects of covenants in leases and different types of tenancies.
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 the successors in title to the landlord and the tenant; the effect of some covenants often included in eases; enforceability of a lease against a purchaser of the freehold reversion - title to leasehold property; termination of a lease; 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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