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Landlord and Tenant Law

Past, Present and Future

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Hardback

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This unique collection of essays, written by leading practitioners, policy makers and academics, looks at patterns of landlord and tenant law: past, present and future. Each sector is explored - commercial, long residential, housing, and agricultural - by taking a look backwards and forwards. The chapters explore the role that legislative, judicial, and policy developments, and market forces have played, and will continue to play, in shaping the law. Two chapters are devoted to the seminal case of Street v Mountford and its contemporary significance. A comparison is also made with the position in Australia and the United States. The book provides a scholarly reflection on the principles of leasehold law that will be of interest to practitioners, academics, and students of landlord and tenant law.

Author Biography

Susan Bright is Professor of Land Law, and McGregor Fellow at New College, Oxford.
Release date Australia
October 11th, 2006
Contributors
Contributions by Andrew Arden Contributions by Andrew Densham Contributions by Caroline Hunter Contributions by David Clarke Contributions by Martin Davey Contributions by Martin Partington Contributions by Richard Chused Contributions by Sandi Murdoch Contributions by Sarah Blandy Edited by Susan Bright
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
Hart Publishing
Pages
326
Dimensions
156x234x25
ISBN-13
9781841135939
Product ID
1935068

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