- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 5th ed. 2006
- Red Globe Press
- Cremona, Marise (red.)
- 408 p
- 408 p.
- 216 x 140 x 21 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Paperback / softback
- 472 g
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Landlord and Tenant Law
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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Landlord and Tenant Law contains summaries, exercises and workshops to help the reader to make sense of a complex area of Law. This is an extensively revised fifth edition of this popular text, particularly in terms of its coverage of the effects of covenants in leases and also in an expanded section on business tenancies.
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'Landlord and Tenant Law has a clear aim: to provide an accessible introuduction to landlord and tenant law. It achieves that aim with considerable ease. The authors should also be applauded for their approach and, by managing to limit the text to less than three hundred and fifty pages, it is an excellent introduction for students or newly-qualified practitioners and a handy reference for more experienced practitioners.' - www.studentlawjournal.com
MARGARET WILKIE has practised as a solicitor and is an experienced teacher and examiner. She was Principal Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Westminster, UK, and is now Visiting Lecturer at the University of Sheffield. She has written books and articles on property-related subjects and is co-author of a book on commercial leases. GODFREY COLE is a District Chairman in the Tribunals Service. Prior to that, he was an academic for over twenty years, the majority of which was spent at the University of Westminster, UK. He has taught and examined a wide range of subjects including Landlord and Tenant Law and has published numerous articles. PETER LUXTON is Professor of Property Law at the University of Sheffield, UK, and teaches Landlord and Tenant Law at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. JILL MORGAN is Senior Lecturer in the School of Law at the University of East Anglia, UK, where she teaches Land Law, Housing Law and Landlord and Tenant Law.
PART 1: LEASES: THE GENERAL LAW.- Essential Characteristics of a Lease.- Different Types of Leases.- Formalities for Creating a Lease.- Covenants and Conditions in Leases.- Obligations Implied on Behalf of the Landlord.- Obligations Implied on Behalf of the Tenant.- Enforceability of Leasehold Covenants.- Covenants Against Alienation.- Repairing Covenants.- Covenants Restrictive of the User and Covenants Against Alterations.- Reservation of Rent and Rent-Review Clauses.- Service Charges and Insurance.- Options to Renew the Lease, Break Clauses and Options to Purchase the Reversion.- Title to Leasehold Property and Enforceability of a Lease Against a Purchaser of the Freehold Reversion.- Termination of a Lease.- PART 2: LEASES: THE STATUTORY CODES.- Private Residential Accommodation.- Private Residential Accommodation: Long Leases.- Public Sector Residential Accommodation.- Business Tenancies.- Agricultural Holdings.- Further Reading.- Index.