Landlord and Tenant Law
This volume provides a comprehensive account of a complex area of law. Basic principles and concepts are outlined at the onset and then applied in greater detail in a contextual and practical manner, enabling the reader to achieve a rapid, yet in-depth, understanding of the key issues. The text outlines areas where reform whould be considered, so as to develop a thorough understanding of the subject.
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Table of Cases
Table of UK Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
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