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Hinde on Commercial Leases 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780409327557
Published: April 2013
Publisher: LexisNexis New Zealand
Country of Publication: New Zealand
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Hinde on Commercial Leases is an authoritative work providing the practitioner with up-to-date, clear and practical guidance on the law relating to commercial leases.

The content for this book is taken from the popular Hinde, McMorland and Sim, Land Law in New Zealand (looseleaf) and it provides in-depth and comprehensive analysis and commentary on all topics.

Dr George Hinde, Emeritus Professor of Law, Auckland University is an eminent barrister with extensive experience both teaching and working in the area of land law. He is a leading author and has published widely on the topic, including as co-author of Hinde McMorland and Sim Land Law in New Zealand.

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Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , New Zealand
Contents:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Types of Leases and Tenancies
Chapter 3: Creation of Leases
Chapter 4: Covenants, Conditions, Powers and Obligations in Leases
Chapter 5: The Lessor's Covenants, Powers And Obligations
Chapter 6: The Lessee’s Covenants and Obligations
Chapter 7: Rights of Renewal and Rights to Purchase the Reversion
Chapter 8: Extension or Variation of Leases
Chapter 9: Transfers and Assignments of Leases and Reversions
Chapter 10: Subleases
Chapter 11: Mortgages of Leases
Chapter 12: Remedies of the Lessor During the Continuance of the Lease
Chapter 13: Remedies of the Lessee During the Continuance of the Lease
Chapter 14: Determination of Leases and Tenancies ng the Continuance of the Lease