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Vol 22 No 10 Oct/Nov 2017

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
CLP Legal Practice Guides: Commercial Property 2017 isbn 9781911269373

CLP Legal Practice Guides: Commercial Property 2016

Edited by: Anne Rodell

ISBN13: 9781910661611
New Edition ISBN: 9781911269373
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781910019818
Published: January 2016
Publisher: College of Law Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback, A4
Price: Out of print

Commercial Property is a thorough and practical introduction to all the main areas of commercial property practice.

Part I of the book covers the issues that need to be tackled when considering site acquisitions and includes a detailed examination of the town and country planning requirements. Part II examines principles of commercial leases, highlights the important clauses and gives advice on the termination of a lease. Part III provides an introduction to insolvency and its relevance to property acquisition and the relationship of landlord and tenant.

Legal Manuals, Commercial Property
Site Acquisitions

The Commercial Context
Obtaining Property Finance
Matters of Contract
Planning Control
P lanning Obligations
Enforcement of Planning Control
Environmental Issues
Searches and Enquiries
Construction Projects
Outline of Taxation of Commercial Properties

Commercial Leases

Landlord and Tenant Law
Agreements for Lease
Lease Contents
The Parties to the Lease and their Liabilities
The Parcels Clause
The Rent Review Clause
The Landlord’s Covenant for Quiet Enjoyment
Lease of Part
Selling the Lease
Remedies for Breach of Covenant
Methods of Termination
Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, Part II

Property and insolvency

Insolvency and its Effect on Commercial Property