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When a landlord terminates a lease prematurely, both the landlord and the tenant enter a legal minefield of complex and inconsistent rules - a dangerous zone created by the piecemeal development of tenancy laws. This volume provides a clear and practical explanation of the rules and restrictions governing the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants.
It explains the key points of the law and takes the reader through each stage of the process, considering: forfeiture clauses, legal forms and notice periods exemptions and special requirements for different types of tenancy, how to affect re-entry to a property, how to avoid forfeiture enforcement and appeals.
Importantly, the book takes account of the changes to the conduct of possession proceedings brought about by the Civil Procedure Rules.