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Landlord and Tenant Review
Landlord and Tenant Review
Practice Area: Landlord & Tenant
ISSN: 1365-8018
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor: Professor Mark Pawlowski
Last Release: Jan 2015 / Next Release: Mar 2015
Subscription Information: 6 Issues a year, Calendar year
Format: Journal
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Landlord & Tenant Law Review takes an innovative approach to providing specialist coverage of both commercial and residential landlord-and-tenant issues. The reader is kept fully up to date with the ever-changing complexities of legislation and case law in this area, as well as receiving practical advice on solutions to common problems.
  • A consolidated reference source for landlord and tenant issues - drawing together topics traditionally found in a wide range of publications
  • Coverage of cases and legislation complemented by practical advice on issues facing practitioners in their daily work
EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

General Editor
Mark Pawlowski

Editorial Board
Andrew Hindle
Janet Bignell
Peta Dollar
Katharine Fenn
Sue Highmore
Simon Purcell
Patrick Reddin
Daniel Dovar
Piers Harrison
Tarnya Pilgrim
Amanda Pearce
Louise McElarney
Peter Williams

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6 Issues a year, Calendar year
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CONTENTS OF RECENT ISSUES

2014: Issue 18(6)

  • A lament for draftsmanship
  • Article 8 and disability discrimination: where are we now?
  • A bluffer's guide to leasehold enfranchisement: Part 1
  • Frustration of a lease: not never, but hardly ever
  • Equitable relief from forfeiture of possessory rights in land
  • The immigration status of residential tenants: the new law
  • A flexible approach to s.25(1) of the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995
  • Landlord's refusal to consent to assignment of lease
  • Balancing repair duties with the tenant's right to quiet enjoyment
  • Questions and answers
  • Practitioner's page: leases from and to charities - make sure you get it right!
  • Construction of lease terms

2014: Issue 18(5)

  • Mixed use, commercial leases and the 1987 Act problem
  • The new Anti-social Behaviour Act 2014 - what it means for landlords and tenants: Part 2
  • Where the law went wrong - apportionment of rent: Ellis v Rowbotham
  • The rule in Wringe and Cohen - still good law?
  • Invalid notices: form over substance?
  • The model commercial lease
  • A break clause that means what it says! Arlington Business Parks GP Ltd v Scottish & Newcastle Limited
  • Tenancy deposits again: Gardner v McCusker
  • Opposing commercial lease renewals - section 30(1)(a)-(c) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954: Youssefi v Mussellwhite
  • Questions and answers: landlord obtaining possession by misrepresentation - tenant's claim to compensation under s.12 of the Housing Act 1988
  • Green leases - drafting for all situations
  • Damages for breach of covenant to repair/reinstate: Stratton v Patel
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