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Aldridge's Residential Lettings: Statutory Rights of Leaseholders and Tenants 11th ed

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ISBN13: 9780752006109
ISBN: 075200610X
Published: July 1998
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Formerly entitled Rent Control and Leasehold Enfranchisement, this is an extremely practical guide to the rent restriction and security of tenure rules governing residential tenancies and the procedure for enfranchisement. Taking full account of the Housing Act 1996, this edition includes coverage of the right of first refusal; the right to acquire; introductory tenancies; statutory rules about service charges. This complex area is made clear by the author's practical problem-solving approach, helping practitioners to identify what alternatives are available to which leaseholders, who qualifies to claim the rights, the procedures involved, and the terms of acquisition and the grounds for resisting claims.

  • Complete guidance to new law and practice in one volume
  • Full coverage of every type of tenancy
  • A practical, problem solving approach
  • It can be used to advise either landlords or tenants.

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Subjects:
Landlord and Tenant Law
Contents:
Leaseholder's choice of rights. Individual enfranchisement: qualification and claims. Individual enfranchisement: purchase terms. Collective enfranchisement: qualifications. Collective enfranchisement: procedure. Collective enfranchisement: purchase terms. Houses: extended leases. Flats: purchased leases. Assured tenancies. Assured shorthold tenancies. Regulated tenancies: registration of rent. Protected shorthold tenancies. Housing Association tenancies. Lettings: resident tenacies. Other restricted contracts. Shared accommodation. Long tenancies. Secure tenancies. Farmworkers' accommodation. Servicemen's accommodation. Caravans and mobile homes. Additional protection for tenants.