Vacant possession strategy—schedule
Vacant possession strategy—schedule

The following Property Disputes guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Vacant possession strategy—schedule
  • Vacant Possession strategy—drafting notes

This schedule can be used to collate details of occupiers, the status of occupation, important dates, notices to be served and key issues when dealing with a vacant possession strategy for a redevelopment.

This Precedent Vacant possession strategy—schedule is provided in Excel format, accessed by clicking on the link on this page.

Please note that this schedule has been prepared in Excel and it therefore cannot be downloaded into Word.

Vacant Possession strategy—drafting notes

  1. Additional headings splitting the schedule into further sections can be added if there is more than one freehold or superior leasehold property in the development.

  2. Colour code: We have added example colour coding to the first couple of rows.

  3. Landlord: The landlord specified should include:

    1. the direct landlord

    2. the ‘competent landlord’ (if different) under section 44 and Schedule 6 to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (LTA 1954). The landlord specified should be the registered landlord (if the freehold or reversionary interest is registered), or, if there is a registration gap, details of both the registered landlord and the purchaser of the reversion should be recorded. See Practice Notes: LTA 1954 business lease renewal—termination and The ‘registration gap’.

  4. Tenant/occupier: The tenant specified should be the registered tenant, or, if there is a registration gap, details of both the registered tenant and the