The must-have reference work for landlord & tenant practitioners
Landlord & tenant is a complex and technical area of law, with numerous intricacies a practitioner needs to master.
Woodfall: Landlord and Tenant is a highly renowned and essential reference point for landlord & tenant lawyers and is part of the Local Government Library series. Regularly updated, this work is frequently cited in court and provides practitioners with complete and definitive coverage of residential, commercial, and agricultural landlord & tenant law.
Four updates are provided each year, keeping you fully informed on the latest developments.
- Coverage of a range of topics from the relationship between landlord and tenant, through leases and leasehold enfranchisement, to the implications of commonhold ownership, rent, and covenants
- Changes to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, the implications of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002, the Housing Act 2004 and the Land Registration Act 2002
- A free subscription to Landlord and Tenant Reports
- The Landlord and Tenant Bulletin, sent out six times a year, to keep you fully up to date
- And much more...
Possessing everything you need to know
Woodfall: Landlord and Tenant is edited by leading authors in the field and is widely considered a reliable source of quality information on landlord & tenant law. It covers all areas from the creation of leases, transfer, termination and renewal to security of tenure, repairing obligations, and the right to buy.
Containing narrative sections with recent case law incorporated into the text, it’s frequently cited in court and recognised by judges and practitioners as the go-to resource.
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