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Blackstone's Q&A: Landlord and Tenant 2005 - 2006


ISBN13: 9780199277315
ISBN: 0199277311
Previous Edition ISBN: 1841740985
Published: January 2005
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



The law of landlord and tenant has become an increasingly complex area of study for law students. Apart from the double hurdle of mastering both common law principles and statutory codes, various aspects of the subject have become increasingly specialised and challenging. The new edition of Question and Answer Landlord and Tenant demonstrates that even complex problems can be explained in straightforward and inspiring terms.

The authors, both experienced academics and barristers, provide detailed answers to typical exam questions in this difficult field. There is also ample guidance on examination technique and how to achieve success in the exam. The third edition of this book has been updated in the new Question and Answer style of questions followed by commentary, bullet points and diagrams and flowcharts.

It offers new questions based on the latest recommendations of the Law Commission on housing law and the abolition of the law of forfeiture. There are new questions on the human rights dimension and the new commonhold scheme, the recent changes to Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and the impact of the Land Registration Act 2002 on leases.

Companion web site The third edition has an accompanying companion web site, offering further guidance to students. It contains useful web links to external sites students will find valuable. There is also a glossary of key terms, essential to any student taking landlord and tenant law courses.

Subjects:
Student Revision Aids
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. The Landlord and Tenant Relationship
3. Types of Leases and Tenancies
4. Enforcement of Covenants
5. Implied and Usual Covenants
6. Assignment and Sub-Letting
7. Leasehold Dilapidations
8. Express Covenants
9. Termination of Leases
10. Rent Act Tenancies
11. Assured and Assured Shorthold Tenancies
12. Leashold Enfranchisement
13. Commonhold
14. Business Tenancies
15. Agricultural Holdings and Agricultural Tied Cottages
16. Secure Tenancies
17. The Human Rights Dimension
18. Pick and Mix Questions