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Tenant default is an area of major concern to landlords and their professional advisers. The cross over of landlord and tenant law and the process of debt collection brings to the fore a series of practical and legal problems for the professional. Once the tell-tale signs are there - non-payment of rent of a service charge, failure to repair, breach of user covenants or insolvency - prompt action is needed.
This book was written to bring together in an easy to use and practical format the materials necessary to effect that action. Succinct and well laid-out chapters provide self-contained explanations of the options available and advice on how to proceed. Well-drafted Precedents are provided. Changes since the third edition: cases under the Civil Procedure Rules and their accompanying Practice Direction that have affected tenant default actions. This edition also takes into account the impact of the 1954 Act reforms, as well as taking into account other new law