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Blackstone's ""Landlord and Tenant"" series breaks down the subject of landlord and tenant law into the areas that come up most in practice. Each book in the series provides practical treatment of a particular subject. The 1987 Landlord and Tenant Act Part I, which was remodelled by the Housing Act 1996, is an amazingly complex piece of legislation.
It affects many valuable transactions where the landlord seeks to deal with their interest in let property and where the tenants seek to take advantage of their complex statutory rights. This book dissects the Act and offers practical solutions to common problems. A full set of precedents is included.
The author of the text and precedents has dealt with large-scale problems under this Act almost continuously since it was passed and the text reflects that experience.