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Lexis+ Property Disputes helps you to understand property disputes practice and procedures and the implications of legislation and case law on this. Clear, concise practice notes have direct links to relevant cases, legislation, guidance and commentary and our daily news feeds and weekly highlights keep you informed of new cases, legislation, and commentary.

Business tendencies

Security of tenure for business tenancies under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 is a key area for a property litigator. Get the research and tools to advise on how security arises and how it鈥檚 terminated, daily.

Forfeiture

Guidance covers the procedural and practical considerations prior to and throughout the process of forfeiting a lease. We give detailed guidance, linking deeper commentary, forms, precedents and a wide range of Q&As.

Electronic Communication Code

Guidance to secure rights to install and retain equipment to provide electronic communications services. Code issues, in respect of granting and terminating agreements, frequently arise between landowners and operators.

Property disputes

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Person A and Person B are neighbours. Person B began works on an adjoining wall without serving any notices that may have been required under the Party Wall Act 1996 on A. A threatened injunction proceedings and B subsequently ceased works on the wall. There was a delay while surveyors were appointed to conduct a report on the wall. The surveyors concluded that Notices should have been served under the Party Wall Act and Notices and therefore, B duly served Notices on A. The Notice provided an award for £250 damages, however nothing for legal fees in taking preventative action to stop works. Can A recover legal fees as a direct loss due to B's breach of statutory duty to service Notices at the outset on A which resulted in A having to take legal action against B to delay the works ie the threat of injunctive proceedings?
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What are a commercial tenant鈥檚 remedies where there are no obligations on the landlord in the lease for repair of the structure of the building?
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What is the position where a tenant company is dissolved and there are outstanding service charges due to the landlord? Does the lease vest in the Crown? If so can the landlord take forfeiture action against the Crown and would it have the right to apply for relief from forfeiture? If no action is taken by the Crown, what happens to the lease?
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Would an option to renew within a genuine licence to occupy arrangement mean there is a risk it could be construed as a lease?
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In a mixed use property, for the purposes of determining whether the residential tenants' rights of pre-emption pursuant to Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 apply, would undeveloped cellars demised to the freehold owner be included in the calculation of the internal floor area, and if so, would the undeveloped cellars be counted as residential or non-residential premises?

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