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Landlord & Tenant Review

Landlord & Tenant Review
Practice Area: Landlord & Tenant
ISSN: 1365-8018
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor: Professor Mark Pawlowski
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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

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    The Editorial Team welcomes contributions with a view to publication in Landlord & Tenant Review, especially if you have been involved in a recent court decision and can provide a unique insight into the background to the case, or if you are aware of some new development in landlord and tenant law. We would also encourage you to make a contribution to our Practitioner and Precedent Pages, especially if you have an area of practice or legal drafting which you would like to share with our other readers.

    As a rough guide, the usual length of articles and case commentaries is about 1,400–2,200 words. Ideally, contributions to the Practitioner Page or Precedent Page should be within a 1,800–2,600 word length. If your article is likely to be much longer or shorter than that, please speak to the General Editor. Alternatively, you may wish to provide us with some feedback on any aspect we have recently covered in the Review, with a view to your comments being published. All feedback is welcomed, whether or not for publication, including suggestions for topics you would like to see covered in later editions. Submissions for consideration, and feedback, should be sent by email to: M.Pawlowski@greenwich.ac.uk. If you have an idea for a submission, please feel free to discuss it with Mark Pawlowski on 020 8331 9463.

    Contributors must supply their full contact details for further correspondence and are responsible for complying with the house style guide before making a submission.


    General Editor
    Mark Pawlowski

    Editorial Board
    Janet Bignell KC
    Peta Dollar
    Katharine Fenn
    Simon Purcell
    Daniel Dovar
    Piers Harrison
    Katherine Lang
    Sarah Thompson-Copsey
    Clare Harman Clark


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