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Commercial leases.

Business Premises: Possession and Lease Renewal

Gary Webber

Now in its fourth edition, Business Premises: Possession and Lease Renewal gives a clear explanation and detailed commentary of how a landlord or licensor can obtain possession of business premises and how a tenant can oppose such action. It also deals in detail and in very practical terms with applictions for lease renewal.

Written from the litigator's point of view, but of interest to all property lawyers, this guide covers a range of areas including termination, non-payment of rent, licences, forfeiture, proceedings for possession and applications for new tenancies.

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ISBN: 9781847035424
Format: Paperback
Published: October 2009
Price: £110.00
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell

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Enforceability of Landlord and Tenant Covenants

Timothy Fancourt QC

Enforceability of Landlord and Tenant Covenants is a highly respected work, often cited in the Court of Appeal, which provides detailed guidance on the enforceability of leasehold covenants. It covers both "new" tenancies created since the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995, which made fundamental changes in this area, and "old", pre-1995 tenancies.

ISBN: 9780421952904
Format: Hardback
Published: December 2006
Price: £225
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell

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Property Notices: Validity and Service

Tom Weekes

Property Notices: Validity and Service is a widely acclaimed book, which provides the definitive account of the law relating to property notices. It contains a clear and practical guide to the legal principles governing whether a property notice is valid and whether it has been properly served. The importance of those principles for property lawyers cannot be over-stated.

ISBN: 978 1 84661 292 3
Format: Hardback
Published: August 2011
Price: £75
Publisher: Jordans

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Distress for Rent: Law and Practice

Iain Travers and Anthony Tanney, with Tamar Halevy

Distress for Rent: Law and Practice provides a detailed explanation of the law and practice of distress, together with all relevant legislation and a comprehensive library of precedents. Distress for arrears of rent is still a highly effective remedy when properly applied and especially relevant to insolvency situations. However, the ancient origin of much of the law means that many of the concepts are unfamiliar to practitioners today.

ISBN: 978 0 85308 485 3
Format: Papercover
Published: March 2000
Price: £46
Publisher: Jordans

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