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Commonhold Law

Commonhold Law
Practice Area:  Landlord & Tenant
ISBN:  9780414092204
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor:David Rees
Publication Date:  22 Feb 2021
Subscription Information:  1 release per year, Charge By Release
Format:  eBook - ProView
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This fully updated product includes the regulations implementing Part 1 of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002, Commonhold Law enables you to advise your clients on how to make use of commonhold and how to structure developments. Practical guidance ensure that you know what do at each stage.

The looseleaf includes all the materials you need, including the regulations which came into force on 27 September 2004 in full; the 2002 Act, now cross-referenced to the regulations; and the prescribed forms.
  • Explains the new concept of commonhold and how it operates in practice
  • Reviews different uses for commonhold in both commercial and residential property
  • Includes a glossary of commonhold terms
  • Includes comprehensive guidance on how to set up, run and wind up a commonhold and a commonhold association, covering the new law, and how it fits in with established rules and existing case law
  • Cross-references procedural checklists to the text, showing what do to at each stage
  • Provides precedents for supplementing the model constitution documents, for documents needed in running a commonhold and for forms of lease to let commonhold units
  • Reproduces the regulations, which came into force on 27 September 2004, in full, including the prescribed forms
  • Provides reissued annotations to the 2002 Act, now cross-referenced to the regulations to show how the Act works in practice
  • Includes a reissued introduction, revised to reflect changes introduced by the regulations

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