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What are sections 24-28 of the landlord and tenant act?

Section 24 of the Landlord and Tenant Act provides that a tenancy shall not come to an end unless terminated by the provisions if the Landlord and Tenant Act. The tenant under the Landlord and Tenant Act may apply for […]


Does the Landlord and Tenant Act set out who is responsible for repairs to the structure and exterior of the property?

Under Landlord and Tenant Act, the landlord is responsible for repairs to the structure and exterior of the property. The Landlord and Tenant Act does not oblige the landlord to repair damage caused by the tenant, or for anything that […]


Unlawful Eviction under the Landlord and Tenant Act

If the correct procedure is not followed in relation to eviction of a tenant, there can be a number of consequences for the landlord under the numerous Landlord and Tenant Act. These include criminal liability and civil liability. These consequences […]


Landlord and tenant act weighted against landlords

A very strong case can be made for the fact that the various Landlord and Tenant Act are weighted against landlords. Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 provides security of tenure for those who are business tenants. This means that if […]


What are the differences between the many different landlord and tenant acts?

Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 is divided into two main parts. Part 1, Landlord and Tenant Act has now been superseded by a number of other Landlord and Tenant Acts. Part 2 is aimed at business tenancies. The aim of […]


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