Principles of Landlord & Tenant Law

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Cavendish, 1999 - Law - 377 pages
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This book provides the reader with a clear explanation of the relationship of the landlord and tenant,its formal requirements and its benefits and burdens. Common law principles and statutory provisions in relation to each type of lease are stated and, where appropriate, critically examined and proposals for reform discussed. The book covers most of the undergraduate landlord and tenant examination syllabuses, looking in turn at residential, business and agricultural tenancies. The book also explores the reforms recommended by the Law Commission and brought into legislation by the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995.

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