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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Reynolds and Clark: Renewal of Business Tenancies 4th ed isbn 9780414024243

Reynolds and Clark: Renewal of Business Tenancies 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9780421932500
New Edition ISBN: 9780414024243
Previous Edition ISBN: 042182980X
Published: October 2007
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Renewal of Business Tenancies deals with the law and procedure of renewing business tenancies - both those under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and the amended procedures introduced in 2004. It takes readers systematically through each stage of the renewal process, including termination, serving notices and responding, applications for new tenancies, opposition on the part of the landlord, terms of new tenancy, carrying out the order, and preparing for hearings.

Procedures in this area changed substantially during 2004, but for some time the old and the new systems will run in parallel. This book bridges the gap by providing the necessary information on both systems.

  • Explains each stage of the tenancy renewal process in turn
  • Uses a practical, problem-solving approach - including a range of examples throughout the text to help explain complex issues
  • Features a chapter devoted to tactics and timing
  • Advises on how to prepare for proceedings
  • Contains a range of forms and precedents
  • Provides coverage of both the old system and the new
  • Includes useful materials of statutes, practice directions, County Court Rules

Landlord and Tenant Law
Does the Act apply?
The continuation of tenancies.
The termination of tenancies.
Serving notices - timing and tactics.
Response to the notice or request.
Applications for new tenancies.
Grounds of opposition.
The terms of the new tenancy.
Carrying out the Order.
Preparing for the hearing.
Compensation for disturbance.