Megarry's Assured Tenancies: Vol.3

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In over 600 pages, this book provides dedicated coverage of all the relevant law and practice relating to assured tenancies. It contains interpretation of the Housing Act 1998 and other relevant legislation, detailed assessment of case decisions and analysis of the procedures involved in claiming possession. In addition, there is a wealth of source material and an extensive selection of prescribed forms. Among the many topics dealt with are assured shorthold tenancies under the amendments made by the 1996 Housing Act, the Schedule 10 long tenancy at a low rent regime, all the mandatory and discretionary grounds for possession, and the impact and effect of the new statutory tort giving right to damages for wrongful eviction. Derived from the third volume of Megarry's The Rent Acts, this work goes into all the detail you could require for full and authoritative explanation of the law. The scope of its coverage means that you can see how the legislation (as amended) applies and what impact the growing body of case has had in different situations. * Over 600 pages of comprehensive explanation of the law governing assured tenancies and related matters * Deals with the requirements for assured tenancies, exclusions, types of assured tenancies, dispositions, security of occupation and rent * Contains authoritative interpretation of the law so that areas of uncertainty can be clarified, disputes resolved successfully and procedures followed correctly * Provides extensive material on grounds for possession * Reproduces relevant statutory material for efficiency research * Sets out prescribed forms such as possession notices and references to rent assessment committees

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