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Handbook of Rent Review

Handbook of Rent Review
Number of volumes: 2
Series:  Local Government Library
ISBN:  9780421279803
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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Your complete guide to the relevant law and practice, affecting rent review negotiations, arbitrations and determinations, the Handbook of Rent Review:
  • Gives practical guidance on all matters relating to rent review
  • Offers valuable help when drafting and negotiating rent review provisions
  • Contains over 1,000 pages of explanation and guidance on issues such as the machinery of review, valuation, and practical matters during the hearing of a disputed review
  • Summarises over 400 reported and unreported cases, with the facts and decisions presented clearly, combined with commentary, as well as cross-references to the main text and other digested cases
  • Provides authoritative guidance so that the technicalities can be fully understood, areas of uncertainty or dispute identified, and the best strategies or solutions adopted
  • Includes precedents and forms for use in drafting rent review provisions and conducting disputed rent reviews and court challenges

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  • Chapter 1 Object and History of Rent Review Provisions
  • Chapter 2 Interpreting Rent Review Provisions
  • Chapter 3 The Machinery of Review
  • Chapter 4 The Basis of Valuation
  • Chapter 5 Restrictions on Use, Alienation and Alterations
  • Chapter 6 Matters to be Disregarded or Regarded
  • Chapter 7 Procedure and Evidence
  • Chapter 8 Costs in Arbitrations and in Determinations by a Surveyor Acting as an Independent Expert
  • Chapter 9 Practical Valuation Guidance
  • Chapter 9A Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors—Surveyors Acting as Expert Witnesses: Practice Statement and Guidance Notes
  • Chapter 9B Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors—Chartered Surveyors Acting as Advocates: Guidance Note
  • Chapter 10 Disputes Involving Issues of Law
  • Chapter 11 Appealing Against or Setting Aside an Award or Expert Determination
  • Chapter 12 After the Review
  • Chapter 13 Privacy and Confidentiality in Rent Review
  • Chapter 14 Liability for Negligence in Rent Review
  • Chapter 15 Drafting Rent Review Provisions
  • Chapter 15A Draft Rent Review Clauses
  • Chapter 16 Rents and Rent Reviews in New Tenancies Granted under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954,
  • Chapter 17 Value Added Tax on Rent: Implications For Rent Review
  • Chapter 18 Direct Professional Access to the Bar by Arbitrators and Chartered Surveyors
  • Chapter 19 Rent Review in Australia and New Zealand
  • Chapter 19A Australia and New Zealand Valuation and Property Standards Guidance NotesChapter
  • Chapter 20 The Rules and Responsibilities of Surveyors acting as Expert Witnesses and as Advocates
  • RICS Guidance Notes
  • Forms
  • Digests of Cases


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