Why should you buy Commercial Property Litigation
The third edition is a fully updated authoritative handbook for property litigators
It combines an analysis of the relevant substantive law and procedure with practical know-how focusing on common issues and problems faced by the property litigator.
The authors explanatory commentary is supported by expertly drafted precedents, checklists, and extracts from key pieces of legislation and procedural rules, which are contained on an accompanying CD-Rom providing easy access to these time-saving precedent materials.
The third edition is updated to take account of the following:
- important new Supreme Court decisions in Arnold v Britton  AC 1619, Wood v Sureterm Direct Ltd (also known as Wood v Capita Insurance Services Limited)  2 WLR 1095 and Marks and Spencer Plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Co (Jersey) Ltd  AC 742 concerning interpretation of commercial contracts and the implication of terms
- the chapter on dilapidations is further expanded to provide guidance on how the courts in assessing damages, deal with the tension between the compensatory principle and breach date valuation
- coverage of avoidance of windfall in a number of new forfeiture cases
- a new chapter has been added to alert commercial landlords and developers to the restrictions, protections and rights which the statutory residential code introduces to mixed use tenancies and buildings
The new edition of Commercial Property Litigation will ensure that practitioners can be confident of having the relevant knowledge and clear guidance on the practice and procedure on how to deal with these difficult subjects.
In the last two years the Supreme Court has handed down three important decisions relevant to commercial property practitioners, concerning interpretation of commercial contracts and the implication of terms. In Arnold v Britton  AC 1619 the court reiterated and emphasised that... Read the full preface...
Table of contents
Conditions Affecting the Operation of Break Clauses and Options to Renew
Classifying Defects in Notices
Dilapidations and Repairing Obligations
Assignment and Subletting, Change of Use and Alterations
Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995
Side Letters and Variation of Leases
Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery
Service Charge Recovery in Commercial Premises
Recovery of Possession
Mixed Use Properties
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
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