Landlord and tenant law in a nutshell
Creation, Duration and Termination; Grounds for Termination; Illegality and Frustration of Purpose; Fitness for Use; Destruction of the Premises; Interference with the Tenant's Possession and Use of the Premises; Holdover Problem; Express Covenants to Repair; Duty to Repair in the Absence of an Express Covenant; Statutory Duty to Repair; Implied Warranty of Habitability; Retaliatory Eviction; Tort Liability for Injury to Persons and Property Inside and Outside the Leased Property; Ordinary Wear and Tear; Waste; Assignment and Sublease; Covenants Against Transfer of the Tenant's Interest; Transfers by the Landlord; Covenants Running with the Land; Rent and Security Deposits; Landlord's Lien; Distress for Rent; Extensions and Renewals.
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E Implied Warranty of Habitability
F Defenses of the Landlord
EXPRESS COVENANT TO REPAIR
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Hill and Brown's Landlord and Tenant Law in a Nutshell, 5th
David Hill,Carol Brown
Limited preview - 2010
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