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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Distress for Rent: Law and Practice

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ISBN13: 9780853084853
ISBN: 0853084858
Published: March 2000
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Distress for arrears of rent is still a highly effective remedy when properly applied and especially relevant to insolvency situations. However, the ancient origin of much of the law means that many of the concepts are unfamiliar to practitioners today.

In this book Iain Travers, a leading property litigator and partner at Nabarro Nathanson, and Anthony Tanney, barrister, have assembled a detailed explanation of law and practice of distress, together with all relevant legislation and a comprehensive library of precedents. The result is a unique single volume reference on the subject for all property law advisers.

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Landlord and Tenant Law
Part I Law and practice - introduction: the right to disdain for rent - basic pre-conditions; the right to distrain - to whom does it belong?; for what may distress be levied? termination of the right to distrain; alternatives to distress; bailiffs; entry; the process of seizure and impounding; valuation and sale; rescue and poundbreach; replevin; insolvency and the law of distress. Part II Precedents. Part III Legislation.