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This practical work details all the key clauses central to the effective drafting of residential leases. Considering both the landlord's and tenant's point of view when drafting residential leases, this edition includes coverage of recent developments such as assured tenancies, VAT and information to tenants. Drafting techniques are clearly explained and the purpose and effect of each different type of individual clause are set out, with any potential problems highlighted.
The book also considers the difficulties associated with letting to particular groups (such as students or employees) and all the relevant statutory developments and case law, as well as extensive precedents.
|Publisher:||Sweet & Maxwell, Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
Table of ContentsDrafting
why grant a lease?
types of tenancy
the term of the lease
premises, easements and other rights
rent and rent increases
service charges and insurance
rates, the community charge, taxes and VAT
assignment and subletting
enforcement and forfeiture
deposits and premiums
disposal of the landlord's interest
information to tenant
lettings to companies
lettings to students
holiday lettings and holiday homes
lettings to employees (non-agricultural)
letting the landlord's home
assured shorthold tenancies
extension leases under the Leasehold Reform Act
licences and sharing agreements.