Residential Tenants & Rights of Pre-Emption - A Guide to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987
The sale or lease of an interest in or affecting a building within the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987, Part 1, must first be offered to the residential tenants - failure to do so is a criminal offence and the tenants have rights to take any such disposal from the purchaser for the price the purchaser paid.
This introductory half-day course provides a practical and concise overview of the residential tenants' rights - outlining what landlords, tenants and purchasers should do to comply with the Act - and exercise rights under it.
What You Will Learn
This course will cover the following:
- How do you know if the Act applies? A review of the qualifying provisions and exempt disposals: York House v Thompson
- What must the landlord do? Section 5 notices, section 18 notices - what should the notices say, and how should they be served?
- Exercising tenants' rights, time limits & section 12 notices: Green v Westleigh
- Commercial leases - the problem with the Act: Dartmouth Court
Quick Quiz - Test Your Knowledge: Just click Landlord & Tenant
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