A Guide to the New Law. Legislation Guides
Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 has been amended by a Regulatory Reform Order implemented on 1 June 2004. The reforms affect the law of business tenancies and particularly: security of tenure, termination, renewal, notices, the calculation of interim rent, and exclusion under the Act. Business Tenancies: A Guide to the New Law provides an authoritative and timely guide to the Reform Order. It gives a clear explanation of the changes and crucially, places each change in the context of the position prior to implementation. Useful appendices include the Regulatory Reform Order (Business Tenancies) (England and Wales) 2003, the 'Keeling Schedule' from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (giving a quick reference to the changes), and The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, Part 2 (Notices) Regulations 2004. The book includes worked examples to illustrate how the changes might take effect in practice. Written by an acknowledged expert, it is a convenient tool for practitioners to identify the changes and their impact.
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'Admirably summarises the changes that have been made under sensible chapter headings that facilitate navigation.' New Law Journal '...written with a clarity that you would expect...Hunter deals concisely with the new procedures..well worth the cover price.' Solicitors Journal