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Renewing Business Tenancies 4th ed


ISBN13: 9781846611919
Previous Edition ISBN: 0853088438
Published: March 2010
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £70.00



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Renewing Business Tenancies is a popular and practical step by step guide to the law and procedure for renewing business tenancies under Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, which was radically altered by the Regulatory Reform Order. The new edition of this popular title has been substantially revised to incorporate new developments such as:-

  • Lay v Drexler (2007) (tenant's liability for cost if the tenant discontinued renewal proceedings);
  • Trans-World Investments Limited v Dadarwalla (2007) (concerning the Court's calculation of the new rent under s 34);
  • Wessex Reserve Forces and Cadets Association v White (2005) (landlord was opposing the grant of a new lease on the ground that it intended to redevelop);
  • and Fowles v Heathrow Airport Limited (2008) (effect of the tenant's (flagrant) breach of planning law on a landlord's case for objecting to the grant of a new lease).
A new chapter on contracting out of the security of tenure provisions will be added together with the appropriate forms.

The book also includes checklists of information, Part II of the 1954 Act (as amended by the 2003 Order), and numerous helpful tips for advisers to both landlords and tenants.

Subjects:
Property Law, Commercial Property
Contents:
The Reforms in Outline
The Statutory Tenancy under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, Part II
The Landlord's Position
The Tenant's Position
Grounds for Opposition
The New Lease: The Property and Terms
The New Court Procedure
Withdrawal and Discontinuance
Interim Rent
Dilapidations
Compensation
The Telecommunications Code
Contracting Out;