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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Commercial Leases: Tenant's Amendments 6th ed isbn 9781847035455

Commercial Leases: Tenant's Amendments 5th ed


ISBN13: 9780421895508
ISBN: 0421895500
New Edition ISBN: 9781847035455
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421772107
Published: November 2005
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Commercial Leases: Tenants' Amendments provides commercial property lawyers with practical guidance on drafting and negotiating amendments to leases and lease agreements. It contains standard industry forms which help the lawyer, acting for the tenant, to insist upon certain amendments being made before reaching an agreement. The range of amendments can be wide, reflecting market changes, and therefore lawyers need to be aware of all of these when negotiating on behalf of the tenant.

The book sets out full precedents for both the agreement and the lease, and these are interspersed with commentary from the author. New content for the 5th edition includes guidance on recent case law, coverage of the new Stamp Duty changes and new Land Registry procedures under the Land Registration Act 2002. It also includes coverage of changes to rent review covenants section, the 1954 Act (regarding contracting out procedures) and expanded coverage of the Code of Practice for Commercial Leases.

  • Highly practical approach - clause-by-clause analysis of leases with suggested amendments to aid drafting and negotiation for the tenant
  • Time saving - can be used as a checklist alongside lease documents
  • Uses industry standard forms for lease and agreement for lease from the Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents
  • Reflects topical landlord and tenant concerns - such as drafting in plain English and Code of Practice for Commercial Leases