Advice on the strategies and tactics to adopt when handling commercial property actions is just one of the practical features in Commercial Property Disputes: Law and Practice. This looseleaf service is the complete guide to dealing with and resolving commercial property disputes, including: * All key aspects of landlord and tenant including lease renewals and rent review. * Mortgages. * Sales of land. * Property rights and torts. * Planning. * Compulsory purchase and compensation. * Professional negligence. Commentary is provided on all the key points of law and there is extensive guidance on each stage of the proceedings, with coverage of the court procedures, arbitration and property tribunals, and a separate chapter on mediation. Additionally, there is an extensive range of precedents for use both before and during the litigation or other hearings. There are also suggestions on best practice and warnings of pitfalls to be avoided when progressing the action. To help ensure that nothing gets overlooked when preparing and conducting the case, procedural checklists are included.
So that the best outcome is arrived at, the work reviews the different options, remedies and defences available to the parties involved. Covering all the principal aspects of commercial property practice, Commercial Property Disputes: Law and Practice provides you with all the tools needed for the efficient handling of actions, together with expert advice to help ensure that the best results are achieved. The law is stated as at 1 May 1999 and takes full account of the Civil Procedure Rules and their impact on all aspects of commercial property dispute resolution. Detailed guidance is given as to the operation of the new court procedures. Regular updating will ensure that you are kept fully informed of changes in law and practice.
* Provides all the information needed on the practice and procedure of resolving commercial property disputes * Covers disputes such as those relating to title, creation and disposal of interests in land, possession and occupation, use and control of property, money, physical condition, professional negligence * Goes through all the stages before and during an action, supported by commentary on the essential points of law * Advises on best practice and warns of traps to avoid * Considers the different options, remedies and defences available to the parties involved * Includes a range of precedents * Features procedural checklists * Examines in detail the impact of statutes relating to security of tenure