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Hill and Redman's Guide to Landlord and Tenant Law

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ISBN13: 9780406926753
ISBN: 0406926751
Published: January 1999
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This title is a fully indexed separate edition from the rewritten Division A of Hill & Redman's Law of Landlord and Tenant and offers the reader the most up to date and comprehensive text on this area of law.The book covers a variety of topics, ranging from the relationship of landlord and tenant, leases, rent, to the rights and liabilities of the parties. Written by an expert editorial team, this informative text is a concise reference guide on the general law of landlord and tenant.

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Landlord and Tenant Law
""1. The relationship of landlord and tenant.
2. Leases and agreements for leases.
3. Demised premises.
4. Assignment and devolution of leases.
5. Restrictions upon dealing with leases.
6. Rent.
7. Rent reviews.
8. Service charges.
9. Distress.
10. Liability for the physical condition of the demised property.
11. Rights and liabilities of the parties.
12. Effect of insolvency/receivership.
13. Options.
14. Determination of the tenancy.
15. Possession.
16. Value added tax.
17. Stamp Duty.""