The Development of Legislative Controls
The Statutory Scheme
Scope of the Act
The Landlord's Section 25 Notice
The Interim Rent
Defeating the Tenant's Claim: Illegality and the Discretionary Grounds
Defeating the Tenant's Claim: The Mandatory Grounds
The New Lease
Tenant's Improvements: Authorisation and Compensation
Appendix A Landlord and Tenant Act 1927
Appendix B Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
Appendix C Forms
Michael Haley is Reader in Law at Keele University, formerly a practising solicitor who has written extensively on the law of landlord and tenant.
`...a handsome and well-written book that deals sensibly and
carefully with th estatutory provisions...The book is eminently
readable. Haley has a straightforward and accessible style which is
very pleasing. His content is also interesting...this is a good
book, with many strengths, and Haley is to be congratulated on an
interesting analysis of the law.'
Louise Tee Cambridge Law Journal
`...a descriptive and detailed account of the operation of the statutory codes applicable to business tenancies..'
Law Quarterly Review October 2000
`In a short review it is not possible to deal with all the valuable issues covered by the author. He makes good use of periodical literature, discusses many cases and provides comparisons with a Northern Ireland scheme amended in 1986, as well as incorporating wherever necessary the Law Commission's proposal for reform. An excellent book.'
H.W. Wilkinson, New Law Journal, 4/8/00.
`A detailed consideration of the legal regulation of business tenancies in Englad and Wales with reference also to Northen Ireland'
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