75. Requirements for a valid agreement; in general.

Although conditions are imposed by the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 as to the formalities of a contract that is made on or after 27 September 1989 for the sale or other disposition of an interest in land1, the terms themselves are those which the parties must have expressly agreed and recorded in order to create a contract2. All the essential terms3 must be agreed, but a term is implied in the agreement for lease4 that the lease, when granted, will contain the usual covenants5.

Any agreement relating to a tenancy is void under the Landlord and Tenant