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Webinar Landlord & Tenant Act 1954, Part II - Module 7 - Opposition to new Tenancy - 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 serve as a refresher for more experienced lawyers.

For the landlord wishing to recover possession at the expiry of a tenancy, the grounds and procedure for opposing renewal under the 1954 Act can look like an obstacle course. In fact, the cases lay down ways through which are comparatively straightforward, so the smart adviser can help the client to the right outcome effectively. There are also several practical tips which help to reduce the amount of compensation payable. Tenants, on the other hand, need to know the tactical levers which can help put them in the strongest negotiating position. The caselaw continues to develop, and this webinar considers recent cases as well as reviewing the grounds of opposition, tactics, timing and procedure.

The webinar will include:

  • An outline of the seven grounds of opposition
  • The entitlement to statutory compensation – and how landlords may restrict it
  • Considerations in the drafting of notices
  • Liability for misrepresentation
  • Differences between opposed and unopposed lease renewal court procedures.
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