Wildy logo
(020) 7242 5778

Wildy’s Book News

Book News cover photo

Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

Book of the Month

Cover of Goode on Commercial Law

Goode on Commercial Law

Edited by: Ewan McKendrick
Price: £170.00

Pupillage & Student Offers

Special Discounts for Pupils, Newly Called & Students

Read More ...

Secondhand & Out of Print

Browse Secondhand Online


Hill and Redman's Law of Landlord and Tenant Looseleaf (LexisNote eBook)

Edited by: John Furber, Joanne R Moss

ISBN13: 9781405792974
Published: August 2015
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: LexisNote eBook
Price: £1933.00 + £386.60 VAT

Despatched in 6 to 8 days.

This Lexis Note eBook is authorised for 5 users. Additional users can be added for an extra charge.

Designed for lawyers, Lexis Note enables you to access and reference your books and looseleafs on the go and when you need them most.

  • Lexis Note is unique. It is the only app in the market that is optimised for both books and looseleafs.
  • Advise your clients with confidence as you access the most up-to-date book and looseleaf content available.
  • Access these key legal texts anywhere, even when you are offline.
  • Increase your productivity thanks to the superior user experience which allows you to quickly locate relevant passages and to personalise your content via annotations, notes, bookmarks and highlights.
  • Save time spent leafing through papers and manually updating your looseleaf content thanks to the automatic updating of your material.
  • Please note Lexis Note products can only be supplied to customers in the UK and Channel Islands.
Hill and Redman’s Law of Landlord and Tenant is well-established as the leading practitioner work on landlord and tenant law. It is the comprehensive reference source on this area and covers everything from general common law rules to business tenancies and from private and public sector housing to agricultural tenancies. The information is logically divided into eight divisions, each containing narrative guidance, statutes and statutory instruments. The seventh division contains a comprehensive selection of precedents and addresses, in detail, the key issues involved in the drafting of leases.

Recent important developments are fully incorporated into the work through regular service issues. Other features include a bi-monthly bulletin.

Offering authoritative guidance from specialist authors, it ensures that the busy practitioner keeps abreast of changes in the law and is able to give informed and reliable advice to clients.

Landlord and Tenant Law, eBooks, Looseleaf Work, Lexis Note Looseleafs
Division A: General law
The relationship of landlord and tenant
Leases and agreements for leases
Demised premises
Assignment and devolution of leases
Restrictions upon dealing with leases
Rent reviews
Service charges
The maintenance of the physical condition and management of the demised premises
Statutory regulation in respect of service charges, administration charges and the management of residential premises
Rights and liabilities of the parties
Effect of insolvency or receivership
Determination of the tenancy
Value added tax
Stamp Duty
Statutory materials

Division B: Business Tenancies
Narrative introduction
Statutory instruments

Division C: Private Sector Residential Tenancies
Introductory note
Statutory instruments

Division D: Public Sector Residential Tenancies
Introductory note
Statutory instruments

Division E: Long Leases
Introductory note
Statutory instruments

Division F: Agricultural Tenancies
Introductory note
Statutory instruments
European materials
Precedents relating to agricultural tenancies

Division G: Procedure
Overview of the CPR

Division H: General Precedents
Lease of Whole, Lease clause - Landlord's Insurance Provisions
Lease - Short form
Licence to Assign (New Tenancy)
Licence to Underlet
Licence for Alterations

Division I: Commonhold
Nature of Commonhold
The two types of registration
The commonhold unit and unit holders
The common parts of a Commonhold
The Commonhold community statement
The Commonhold association
The operation of a Commonhold
Termination: Voluntary winding up
Termination: Winding up by the court
Miscellaneous provisions as to termination
Miscellaneous provisions
General provisions
Statutory Instruments