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Should I use a solicitor in Landlord and Tenant Act matters?

The most number of legal proceedings that are issued arise under the Landlord and Tenant Acts in relation to property disputes.  Solicitors are specialists who are able to interpret the various Landlord and Tenant Acts that govern the obligations on both landlords […]


Can a landlord withhold consent under the landlord and tenant act?

The Landlord and Tenant Act 1988 were passed to cure the mischief done by landlords in withholding consent unreasonably. Under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1988 a tenant may serve a written notice for consent. The landlord then has a […]


Does the landlord and tenant act cover licences and licensees?

No the Landlord and Tenant act 1945 does not cover licences and licensees. The Landlord and Tenant act 1945 only covers tenancies. Licences do not bind third parties and do not have the security of tenure provisions in the Landlord […]


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 […]


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