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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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ISBN13: 9781858112183
ISBN: 1858112184
Published: November 1999
Publisher: EMIS Professional Publishing
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This text brings together, fully referenced and indexed, John Martin's popular short pieces for advisers of landlords and tenants in commercial leases. Wr itten in a clear and authoritative style, the book is laid out in a tried and tested format designed to maximize the usefulness to the practitioner when faced with a particular ""Trap"". Faced with issues such as a Split Reversion, a ""Hybrid"" Tenancy or an Either Way Review, potential traps are highlighted, clarified and can be avoided in straightforward fashion. Individuals, solicitors, surveyors, local authority officers and all others involved in the construction or management of property should find the work invaluable

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Subjects:
Property Law
Contents:
Traps for landlords: deemed surrender and re-grant; rent review traps; inherited and future liability; split reversion; fixed charges; contracting out and late orders; length of term; forfeit and distrain. Traps for tenants: Section 27; renewal and the court; the Millennium Bug; rent for review; landlord frustration; VAT, stamp duty and the contingency principle; deposits and service charge.