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Landlord and Tenant Law: The Commercial Sector


ISBN13: 9780414031487
Published: December 2013
Publisher: Round Hall Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £236.00



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This new title presents the law of landlord and tenant as applicable to the commercial sector in Ireland in a digestible and easy to reference format.

  • Practical and definitive text for all practitioners in this area as well as the landlord and tenant themselves.
  • Is a concise presentation of law as it applies to the commercial sector
  • Examines recent developments in the area of rent review
  • Highlights the growing influence of contractual principles in the area of landlord and tenant
  • Provides a summary in each area of the changes proposed by the Landlord and Tenant Law Reform Bill, 2011
  • Reviews the impact of the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act (2009) on the law of landlord and tenant
  • Flags changes due to be enacted in forthcoming legislation in Ireland
Addresses the legislative changes introduced by:

  • The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act, 2009
  • Multi Unit Developments Act, 2011
  • The Residential Tenancies Act, 2004
  • The Personal Insolvency Act, 2012
The book also flags proposed changes to each area under the Draft General Scheme of Landlord and Tenant Law Reform Bill, 2011, and the commercial landlord and tenant Bill, 2011/ 12.

It also provides analysis of recent key cases, such as:


  • Ickendel Ltd v. Bewley's Caf Grafton Street Ltd (2013)
  • Westpark Investments Ltd v Leisureworld Ltd (2012)
  • Harrisrange v Duncan (2003)
  • Le Chatelaine Thudichum Limited (in Voluntary Liquidation) v Conway (2008)

Subjects:
Irish Law