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Webinar Landlord & Tenant Act 1954, Part II - Module 4 - Occupation Outside the Act - On-Demand Webinar

Overview


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 be a useful refresher for more experienced lawyers.

There may be any number of reasons for wanting to document occupation in such a way that the tenant does not have the protection of the Act. It may be a matter of compliance with the underletting restrictions of a headlease, it may be a need to be sure of recovering possession in future for the purposes of a redevelopment, or it may be that the period of occupation to be documented is intended to be short and informal. Whatever the reason, it will be a serious issue for the landlord if the protection of the Act does, despite his intentions, attach to the letting. There are a number of risk areas in this regard, and this webinar will consider them, as well as examining the range of options for keeping occupation outside the scope of the Act.

The course will include:

  • The use of licences to occupy, tenancies at will, and six-month lettings
  • What is the nature of the arrangements which the court may imply, in informal occupation scenarios?
  • The special treatment of periodic tenancies
  • Contracting out of the 1954 Act
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