Business Tenancies

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Psychology Press, 2005 - Law - 509 pages
Business Tenancies provides the busy practitioner with a detailed and practical guide to all aspects of the law and procedure involved in the renewal of business tenancies under the 1954 Act, and the often complex issues which can arise. It offers useful answers to problems that commercial property professionals may encounter when dealing with renewals.
A considerable amount of commercial property work is concerned with the renewal of business tenancies under Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. This book provides property professionals with a thorough practical knowledge of the relevant statutory provisions as well as a comprehensive account of key case law. The implications of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998 are considered in detail as is the right to compensation for improvements. The reforms introduced by the Regulatory Reform (Business Tenancies) (England and Wales) Order 2003 are also taken into account.
With reference to recent case law throughout, this book is an accessible resource for property law practitioners, particularly those specialising in business property, as well as in-house lawyers and surveyors.
 

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Contents

PARTICULAR EXCEPTIONS WHERE THE 1954
31
CONTINUATION OF TENANCIES
41
TERMINATION BY THE LANDLORD
53
TERMINATION AND RENEWAL BY A TENANT
85
SERVICE OF NOTICES AND OBTAINING INFORMATION
95
THE APPLICATION TO THE COURT
105
THE GROUNDS OF OPPOSITION
147
THE TERMS OF THE NEW TENANCY
193
Costs of Leases Act 1958
327
APPENDIX 6
333
APPENDIX 8
341
APPENDIX 9
343
APPENDIX 13
357
APPENDIX 16
371
APPENDIX 24
409
APPENDIX 18
453

COMPENSATION FOR DISTURBANCE
225
COMPENSATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS
239
CROWN TENANCIES
261
APPENDIX 1
267
APPENDIX 3
283
APPENDIX 20
471
APPENDIX 25
487
Index
501
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Russell Hewitson is a Principal Lecturer in Law at Northumbria University.

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