Hill and Redman's Law of Landlord and Tenant

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Commentary

The leading practitioner work on Landlord and Tenant Law, covering everything from general common law rules to business tenancies and from private and public sector housing to agricultural tenancies. Information is divided into six divisions, each containing narrative guidance, statutes and statutory instruments. The seventh division contains a comprehensive selection of precedents and the key issues involved in the drafting of leases.

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Issue 124, March 2020

UPDATE INFORMATION

Division A General Law
Chapter 7 Rent reviews has been updated.
Chapter 8 Taking control of goods: Commercial rent arrears recovery has been updated.
Chapter 11 Statutory regulation in respect of service charges, administration charges and the management of the residential premises has been updated.
Chapter 14 Determination of the tenancy has been updated.
Commentary on the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 has been updated.
Chapter 15 Possession has been updated.

Division B Electronic Communications Code
Commentary on the Electronic Communications Code has been updated.

Division C Private Sector Residential Tenancies
Commentary on the Mobile Homes Act 1983 has been updated.

Division D Public Sector Residential Tenancies
The Introductory Note has been updated.
Commentary on the Housing Act 1985 has been updated.

Division E Long Leases
Commentary on the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 has been updated.
Commentary on the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 has been updated.

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 Alison Oakes , BA (Durham), of Inner Temple, Barrister Specialist editor
Beatrice Prevatt , BA (Oxon), of Gray’s Inn, Barrister Specialist editor
 Benjamin Faulkner Specialist editor
 Camilla Lamont , MA, BCL (Oxon) of Middle Temple, Barrister Specialist editor
David di Mambro , LLB (Hons) (Lond), Ch Arb, FCIArb, of the Middle Temple, Barrister, Fellow of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies and a member of the Civil Procedure Rules Committee (2004-) Specialist editor
 James Ayliffe , QC, MA, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister Specialist editor
 Joanne Moss , MA (Cantab), LLM (Lond), FCL Arb, of Inner Temple, Barrister Editor
 John Furber QC , MA (Cantab), of Inner Temple, Barrister General editor
 John Male QC , BA (Cantab), of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister Specialist editor
Jonathan Karas , QC (Oxon), of Middle Temple, Barrister Specialist editor
 Louisa Nye MA (Cantab), LLM (LSE) Specialist editor
Michael Barnes , QC, BA (Oxon), of Middle Temple, Recorder of the Crown Court, Honorary Research Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford Specialist editor
 Myriam Stacey , LLB (Bristol), of Inner Temple, Barrister Specialist editor
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 Nicholas Taggart , LLB (Lond), BCL (Oxon), of Middle Temple, Barrister Specialist editor
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Rt Hon Viscount Dilhorne , FTTI, Mem Council 1967 to 1972, Chairman of VAT and Duties Tribunal 1986 to 1995, of Inner Temple, Barrister Specialist editor
 Tiffany Scott , BA (Oxon), of Middle Temple, Barrister Specialist editor
Timothy Harry , MA, BCL (Oxon), of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister Specialist editor
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