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Handbook of Dilapidations

Handbook of Dilapidations
Number of volumes: 2
Practice Area:  Landlord & Tenant
ISBN:  9780421445000
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Format:  Looseleaf
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Providing you with extensive coverage of the obligations and responsibilities for the repair of rented properties, the Handbook of Dilapidations:
  • Covers dilapidations relating to both commercial and residential property
  • Explains the parts to be repaired, when the obligation to repair arises, the scope of work required and the quality of work necessary
  • Details the remedies available to landlords for damages and other actions
  • Contains digests of over 200 relevant cases, showing how the law has been interpreted by the courts
  • Reproduces statutes and provides forms and precedents
  • Advises how to avoid potential problems, along with practical guidance on how to deal with such issues should they arise
  • Provides you with the full Property Litigation Associations Dilapidations Protocol

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  • Interpretation of repairing covenants
  • The parts to be repaired
  • When the obligation to repair arises
  • The scope of the work required under the covenant
  • The quality of the work required
  • Decoration covenants
  • Yielding up, making good on the expiry of the lease and reinstatement
  • Landlord's repairs and other implied obligations
  • Implied repairing obligations in short residential tenancies
  • Tenants implied obligations
  • Identifying and quantifying the breach
  • Enforcement of repairing obligations: introduction and forfeiture
  • Landlord's action for damages and other remedies
  • Tenant's remedies and third party claims
  • Practice and procedure
  • Dilapidation at lease renewal
  • Statutory nuisance
  • Statutes
  • Court rules
  • Forms and precedents


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