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Why should you buy Claims to the Possession of Land
Claims to the Possession of Land sets out and explains the law and procedure of each type of possession claim. With nearly 300 comprehensive forms and precedents, which are readily adaptable for a whole range of cases, it provides a complete and thorough exposition of this complex subject.
This definitive work, in an important area of property litigation, is published in one concise looseleaf volume. As such it offers up-to-date information on a regular basis to property and litigation lawyers, property managers, landlords, tenants and other occupiers.
This looseleaf service has been extensively revised and updated to take account of all new case law as well as changes in legislation. It includes full coverage of the Civil Procedure Rules as well as the cases decided under the new rules.
Claims to the Possession of Land is the primary and portable reference work for every type of possession action - both for those seeking possession and those resisting it.
One looseleaf volume, two service issues per year (invoiced separately on publication)
Table of contents
Possession from trespassers and licensees;
Trespassers and licensees;
Distinguishing between licences and tenancies;
Licences not freely revocable;
Procedure for the removal of trespassers and licensees;
The determination of tenancies;
Miscellaneous features of tenancies and land tenure;
Statutory control of residential tenancies;
Rent Act protection; Exceptions to Rent Act protection;
Possession from Rent Act tenants - discretionary grounds;
Possession from Rent Act tenants - mandatory grounds;
Assured tenancies; Secure and introductory tenancies;
Long residential leaseholds;
Counterclaims and countermeasures by residential tenants;
Part E: Agriculture;
The homes of agricultural workers;
Possession by mortgagees;
County court and High Court procedure;
The limitation of actions;
Possession claims and the Human Rights Act 1988;
Forms & Precedents Section;