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Leases: Covenants and Consents 3rd ed


ISBN13: 9781509937240
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847035707
To be Published: January 2022
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £150.00



In this much-anticipated new edition the authors explore the key disputes arising between landlord and tenant, from the perspective of both, in a detailed yet practical way. Fully updating the field since the last edition in 2008, it looks at case law developments including: Braganza, No. 1 West India Quay and Sequent Nominees Ltd. In addition to case law developments, it looks at statutory changes, including the treatment of consents under telecommunications law.

Retaining its hallmark authority and clarity, this will be required reading for all landlord and tenant lawyers.

Subjects:
Landlord and Tenant Law
Contents:
proposed table of contents, subject to change:
Part 1: Restrictions on Alienation
1. Disposition rights of tenants
2. Types of disposition commonly restricted
3. The burden of disposition covenants
4. Fully qualified covenants against disposition
5. Landlord and Tenant Act 1988
6A. Unreasonable withholding of Consent – General Principles
6B. Unreasonable withholding of consent – specific reasons
7. Special Categories of tenant
Part 2: Restrictions on Alterations and Improvements
8. Restrictions on alterations and improvements:
Part 3: Restrictions on Use
9. Restrictions on use
Part 4: Restrictions on Applying for planning permission
10. Restrictions on applying for planning permission
Part 5: Telecommunications and consents
11. Telecommunications and consents
Part 6: Contracts and consents
12. Contracts and consents
Part 7: Litigation
13. Landlord’s and Tenant’s considerations: the need for formal licence
14. Tenant’s considerations (1): the mechanics of obtaining consent
15. Tenant’s considerations (2): the commencement and pursuit of dispute resolution processes.
16. Landlord’s considerations (1): the response to the initiation of dispute resolution processes
17. Landlord’s considerations (2): remedies against the tenant whom proceeds without necessary consent
18. Selected Precedents
Part 9: Appendices
19. Appendices
20. Index