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Forfeiture of Leases


ISBN13: 9781784461546
Published: September 2021
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £110.00



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Forfeiture is the principal legal means of recovering possession of land in a commercial landlord and tenant context. Despite statutory restrictions, it also remains very relevant in a residential context (particularly in respect of leasehold service charges).

Forfeiture of Leases is a new book offering comprehensive and authoritative guidance on the subject covering both residential and commercial issues. It is an essential guide for practitioners dealing with the principles of forfeiture, whether or not on a frequent basis. It not only provides those with less experience of this area with a clear statement of the law and a straightforward answer to whatever issue has arisen, but also more in depth discussion of those issues which have troubled judges and practitioners, alike, over the centuries.

It includes reference to source material.

Subjects:
Landlord and Tenant Law, Commercial Property
Contents:
1. The nature of forfeiture
2. The right to forfeit
3. Breach
4. Limitations on exercising the right to forfeit - s.146 LPA 1925
5. Other limitations on exercising the right to forfeit
6. The effect of tenant insolvency
7. Waiver of the right to forfeit
8. How to forfeit
9. Relief from forfeiture - breaches other than rent
10. Relief from forfeiture - rent arrears
11. Relief from forfeiture - third parties
12. Post forfeiture considerations
13. Reform