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Tenants' Right of First Refusal Fourth edition

Tenants' Right of First Refusal is a thorough and authoritative guide to all aspects of residential tenants' right of first refusal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987.
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ISBN/ISSN: 9781784734763

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Why should you buy Tenants' Right of First Refusal Fourth edition

Tenants' Right of First Refusal is a thorough and authoritative guide to all aspects of residential tenants' right of first refusal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987. It provides practitioners with an analysis of the law from both the landlord's and the tenant's point of view, guiding the reader through the intricacies of an Act described by the judiciary as "ill drafted, complicated and confused".

This new edition has been fully updated to take account of the latest case law such as: Mahmut v Jones [2018] 1 WLR 6051; York House (Chelsea) Ltd v Thompson [2020]; the Court of Appeal in Aldford House Freehold Ltd v Grosvenor (Mayfair) Estate [2020] Ch 270; and LM Homes Ltd v Queen Court Freehold Co Ltd [2020] QB 890.

The right of first refusal remains an important topic for flat lessees, landlords and developers, and looks set to remain in force for a considerable time: the latest Government proposal in 2019 is to extend the right to leasehold house owners. Tenants' Right of First Refusal remains a must read for all property practitioners.

Preface

Since the last edition of this work was published over three years ago, there have been a number of important court decisions which mean that a new one is required. In particular, the cases of Mahmut v Jones [2018] 1 WLR 6051 in the Court of Appeal, and York House (Chelsea) Ltd v Thompson [2020] Ch 1 in the High Court have thrown new light on several provisions of the 1987 Act.

 

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no property practitioner can afford to be without this excellent book
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“… there is clearly a need for a book that not only forensically examines this difficult statute, but does so in a way that is readable, informative and practical. For those of us who have to advise on this tortuous piece of legislation, I am glad to say that need is fully met by Tenants’ Right of First Refusal… no property practitioner can afford to be without this excellent book; the statute may not be worth the paper it is written on, but this book most certainly is.”
Essential reading
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"A new edition of Anthony Radevsky and Wayne Clark’s specialist work will be welcomed by lawyers, surveyors and others who work in the field of residential long leases... essential reading for all who have to deal with transactions where the right of first refusal may apply..." (Review of the Third Edition)
By far the best source of all the relevant material
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"This detailed specialist book has been written by two experienced authors from Falcon Chambers... provides invaluable guidance not only to conveyancing solicitors, but also other barristers like myself who find themselves pitted against the authors... This book is by far the best source of all the relevant material gathered together in one place and provides detailed commentary on most of the issues which arise in practice. It is extremely good value... a must buy for anyone practising in this area, given the risks of getting things wrong." (Review of the Third Edition)

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Table of contents

Preface
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of Cases

Chapter 1 Introduction to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987
Chapter 2 Premises, Landlords and Qualifying Tenants
Chapter 3 Relevant Disposal
Chapter 4 The Offer Notice
Chapter 5 Consequences of Service and Acceptance of Offer Notice
Chapter 6 Information Notices
Chapter 7 Purchase Notices
Chapter 8 Subsequent Purchasers
Chapter 9 Termination of Rights Against Purchaser or Subsequent Purchaser
Chapter 10 Avoidance and Enforcement
Chapter 11 Procedure and Appeals
Chapter 12 Prospective Purchasers: Section 18
Appendix I Notices under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 A1.1
Appendix II Statutory Materials A2.1
Index

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