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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition was published, see:
Commercial Leases in Australia 6th ed isbn 9780455229379

Commercial Leases in Australia 5th ed

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ISBN13: 9780455223759
New Edition ISBN: 9780455229379
Previous Edition ISBN: 0455215790
Published: June 2008
Publisher: Thomson Reuters Australia
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Commercial Leases in Australia is a well-established guide for legal practitioners, real estate agents, local government and students on the law and practice of commercial leasing in Australia. The book examines the principles and practice of negotiating and administering commercial lease agreements in Australia, as well as providing guidance on how to manage commercial lease disputes when they arise. It also includes precedent clauses to illustrate the principles.

The fifth edition of Commercial Leases in Australia contains the following features:-

  • Changes to retail leasing legislation in all Australian jurisdictions since 2004.
  • A discussion of new and significant cases since the last edition, in particular those concerning implied terms in leases, challenging rental valuations, exercise of options and default and relief against forfeiture.
  • A new section on environmentally friendly "green leases".
  • Significantly revised and updated material on unconscionability; disrepair and inherent defects; legal effects of rights of first refusal; differences between breach of covenant and failure of condition permitting forfeiture and" once and for all" and continuing breaches.
  • A review of the status of leases of part of land without subdivisional approval and a review of the issue of covenants, taking account of recent decisions on status of informal variations of a lease and the effect of variations on guarantors.