Mixed Use and Residential Tenants' Rights
The Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 and Leasehold Enfranchisement
Published September 4th 2009 by Estates Gazette
The popularity of mixed use buildings has highlighted the need to understand the substantial impact of residential tenants' rights. This book, by authors known for their practical expertise in this highly specialized area, includes a detailed overview of tenants' rights of first refusal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987, tenants' rights of collective enfranchisement under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 and tenants' collective rights to manage under the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002. The authors not only provide the lawyer with everything they need to know whether acting for tenant or landlord, but also everyone associated with mixed use buildings will find the detail and clarity of information in this book vital in understanding the key laws and dealing in a straightforward manner with the issues surrounding mixed use.
Flowcharts and copies of all the relevant legislation, plus a detailed review of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 and other important cases, provide a definitive and essential professional guide.
1. Introduction to Mixed use Buildings 2. Outline of the Impact of Residential Tenants’ Rights on Mixed Use Properties 3. The Landlord and Tenant Act 1987, Part I (as amended) – Tenants’ Rights of First Refusal 4. The Landlord and Tenant Act 1987, Part I (as amended): Section by Section 5. Collective Enfranchisement Rights and Rights to Manage 6. Structuring to Avoid the Need for Compliance with the Acts
Peta Dollar is a non-practising solicitor with more than 25 years' experience of all areas of commercial property law. In 2005, after 17 years as a Real Estate Partner at Denton Wilde Sapte, she made a lifestyle change, and now writes and lectures full time on a wide variety of property-related topics
Sarah Thompson-Copsey is a former partner and head of the London property litigation practice of the firm then known as Denton Hall with over 15 years experience in commercial property disputes. Her legal experience includes advising many blue chip retail clients, developers and institutions. Sarah recently returned to the UK following five years working in Hong Kong and Tokyo, and obtained her LLM at King's College, London. She has lectured for the College of Law, CLT, the ISVA, Imperial College and Legal Easel