Legal Training and CPD Courses for Lawyers
 Remember Me

Login Forgotten password?

Webinar Landlord & Tenant Act 1954, Part II -Module 2- Which Notice to Serve & When? - On-Demand Webinar


This webinar is one of a series aimed at the junior lawyer whose caseload will feature the business security of tenure regime under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. It will also act as a refresher for more experienced lawyers.

For the landlord’s advisor, grappling with the scheme of notices under the 1954 Act, there are relatively few procedural pathways to the termination and/or renewal of the tenancy – though there are still pitfalls to be aware of. For the tenant, though, it is often a balancing act between keeping options open as regards their premises requirement for as long as possible, and being able to terminate their rental commitment as early as possible once a decision has been taken not to renew the tenancy. The different available methods of termination depend upon what point in the process has been reached, and you need to know the way through the maze if rental liability is not to be unnecessarily prolonged. This webinar identifies the choices available for either party at key stages and how to select correctly.

The webinar will include:

  • An overview of the notice scheme
  • Methods of termination at different procedural stages
  • Tactical considerations in the drafting and timing of notices
  • Specifying grounds of opposition
  • Incorporation of proposals for new tenancy – a note of caution
Show all


1 hours


Sorry, there are no available speakers

Related items


Sponsored by


Sorry, there are no upcoming events to book


Package Price
Click here for details

Non Member

(Excluding VAT)



About membership

CLT membership provides excellent service, great value for money and above all, quality events saving up to 50% of your training costs.

Keep in touch

Follow us on

Linkedin twitter

Help & Support

For help, support and bookings call:
+44 (0)121 362 7705 or visit our support section for FAQs, venue maps and brochures.