About Property Disputes Law

LexisPSL Property Disputes helps you to understand property disputes practice and procedures and the implications of legislation and case law on this. Clear, concise practice notes have direct links to relevant cases, legislation, guidance and commentary and our daily news feeds and weekly highlights keep you informed of new cases, legislation, and commentary.

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Business tendencies

Security of tenure for business tenancies under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 is a key area of practice for a property litigator. Practitioners will need the research and tools to advise as to how security arises and how it is terminated on a daily basis.

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Forfeiture

Forfeiture is another core area. The guidance covers the procedural and practical considerations prior to and throughout the process of forfeiting a lease. Practitioners are provided with detailed guidance, linking into deeper commentary, forms and precedents and a wide range of Q&As to aid them in providing comprehensive advice to their clients.

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Electronic Communication Code

Contains key guidance in respect of the Electronic Communications Code under which operators are able to secure rights to install and retain equipment to provide electronic communications services. Code issues, in respect of granting and terminating agreements, frequently arise between landowners and operators.

About Property Disputes Law

Property Disputes is a rapidly changing, case-law and legislation heavy area of law. It is of relevance not only for specialist property disputes lawyers, but also for property developers, local authorities, landlords, tenants and lawyers dealing with property matters.

Our experts give you an up-to-date, authoritative view, backed up by primary sources and direct links for deeper research into commentary sources. So with time efficiencies built into your research, you’ll have more time to spend on billable work and business development.

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