The A Practical Approach series is the perfect partner for practice work. Each title focuses on one field of the law, providing a comprehensive overview of the subject together with clear, practical advice and tips on issues likely to arise in practice. The books are also an excellent resource for those new to the law, where the expert overview and clear layout promote clarity and ease of understanding.
Now in its eighth edition, A Practical Approach to Landlord and Tenant continues to provide a comprehensive and systematic guide to the particularly complex principles and practice of landlord and tenant law. Condensing the case law and statutory codes into one manageable volume, this book provides a valuable, user-friendly introduction for lawyers and students alike.
The authors explain the fundamentals of landlord and tenant law, providing a broad coverage from creating a tenancy through to termination. Offering extensive treatment of both the common law and statutory codes, this book provides detailed analysis of areas such as leases, tenancy, assignment and subletting, agricultural holdings, business tenancies, and eviction.
The eighth edition has been comprehensively updated to cover all recent developments in landlord and tenant law. It considers the requirements on landlords defined in the Deregulation Act 2015, as well as the developments on the seizing of tenant's assets as contained in the Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery Procedure (CRAR) 2014. This edition provides an overview of the effect that the provisions of the Immigration Act 2016, and the Housing and Planning Act 2016 will have on residential tenancies in England. It also reflects on the impact of new case law, such as the advances in the tenancy deposit protection scheme as well as changes to business and assured tenancies.
Very much a practical guide, this title makes frequent use of examples, checklists, forms and precedents, specifically designed to assist the busy professional and student. A Practical Approach to Landlord and Tenant is an indispensable resource for those working in this field.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
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About the Author
Simon Garner, Barrister, ,Alexandra Frith, Barrister, Westgate Chambers
Simon Garner and Alexandra Frith are both barristers specialising in landlord and tenant law. Alexandra Frith is also a tutor on the Bar Professional Training Course at Kaplan Law School.
Table of Contents
The Common Law
1. The Basics
2. The Distinction between a Lease and a License
3. Creating a Tenancy
4. Introduction to Obligations in Leases
5. Implied Obligations
6. Express Obligations
7. Repair - Contractual Obligations
8. Repair - Common Law and Statutory Duties
9. Assignment and Subletting - Continuing Obligations
10. Termination of Tenancies: An Overview - the Common Law Rules
The Statutory Codes
12. Introduction to the Statutory Codes
13. The Rent Act 1977 - 1. Protected Tenancies
14. The Rent Act 1977 - 2. Recovery of Possession by the Landlord
15. The Housing Act 1988 - 1. Assured Tenancies
16. The Housing Act 1988 - 2. Recovery of Possession by the Landlord
17. The Housing Act 1985 - 1. Secure Tenancies
18. The Housing Act 1985 - 2. Recovery of Possession by the Landlord
19. Protection from Eviction
20. Regulation of Residential Premises - 1. The Private Sector
21. Regulation of Residential Premises - 2. Social Housing
22. Long Residential Leases at Low Rents
23. Management and Service Charges in Long Leases
24. Enfranchisement and Leasehold Extension
26. Business Tenancies
27. Agricultural Holdings
28. Farm Business Tenancies
29. Residential Protection of Agricultural Workers
30. Your Practice