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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Palgrave Law Masters: Landlord and Tenant Law 5th ed isbn 9781403917546

Palgrave Law Masters: Landlord and Tenant Law 4th ed

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ISBN13: 9780333794289
ISBN: 0333794281
New Edition ISBN: 9781403917546
Published: November 2001
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



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This is an introductory text for students of law and related business and professional courses, and for those practitioners starting out in property management. Summaries, exercises and workshops concluding each chapter help the reader to make sense of a complex area of law.

This fully revised fourth edition centres initially on the general law of leases, their contractual nature and the interests and obligations which a lease creates. The second part of the book explores the protection afforded to tenants by statute. This includes residential accommodation, as well as agricultural and business lettings.

The Protection from Harassment Act 1997 and other developments are discussed, along with an examination of the consequences of long term legislation implemented in the 1990s, whose effects are only now becoming clear.

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Subjects:
Landlord and Tenant Law
Contents:
Table of Cases - Table of Statutes - Preface - PART 1: LEASES: THE GENERAL LAW - Essential Characteristics of a Lease - Different Types of Lease - Formalities for Creating a Lease - Covenants and Conditions in Leases - Obligations Implied on Behalf of the Landlord - Obligations Implied on Behalf of the Tenant - Enforceability of Covenants between the Landlord and Tenant and their Successors in Title - The Effects of Some Covenants often Included in Leases - Enforceability of a Lease Against a Purchaser of the Freehold Reversion: Title - to Leasehold Property - Termination of a Lease - PART II: LEASES: STATUTORY LAW - Private Residential Accommodation - Private Residential Accommodation: Long Leases - Public Sector Residential Accommodation - Business Tenancies - Agricultural Holdings - Further Reading - Index