Claims to the Possession of Land

This content is unique to LexisNexis

Commentary

Claims to the Possession of Land sets out and explains the law and procedure of each type of possession claim. With nearly 300 comprehensive forms and precedents, which are readily adaptable for a whole range of cases, it provides a complete and thorough exposition of this complex subject.

It offers up-to-date information on a regular basis to property and litigation lawyers, property managers, landlords, tenants and other occupiers. This source has been extensively revised and updated to take account of all new case law as well as changes in legislation. It includes full coverage of the Civil Procedure Rules as well as the cases decided under the new rules.

Claims to the Possession of Land is the primary and portable reference work for every type of possession action - both for those seeking possession and those resisting it.

See also Claims to the Possession of Land Property Precedents


SOURCE CURRENCY
Issue 41, November 2019

The following parts of this title have been updated for Issue 41 (November ‘19):

Division B: Tenancies
Chapter B3 (Covenants) has been updated.

Division C: Residential Tenancies
Chapter C1 (Common concepts of residential tenancies), Chapter C3 (Assured Tenancies), Chapter C4 (The secure tenancy regime), Chapter C6 (Counterclaims and countermeasures by residential tenants) have been updated.

Division E: Agriculture
Chapter E2 (Agricultural tenancies) has been updated.

The Tables and Index have been updated.

Contributors

 Adrian Davis BSc (Dunelm), LLB (Nottingham) Author
 Emma Godfrey Author