Scammell, Densham & Williams Law of Agricultural Holdings 10th edition, Mainwork and Supplement Set

£551.00

The 11th Edition has been comprehensively updated from the previous 2015 edition to include: All recent cases including Windsor-Clive v Rees (one Arbitration, four decisions of the High Court and one of the Court of Appeal); Carr v Evelyn (two decisions of the First-tier Tribunal); Procter v Procter (two High Court decisions and one of the Court of Appeal); Tuner v Jones (decisions of the County Court and the High Court) Outcomes from those cases, such as: the legal test applying to the timing of a Case B Notice to Quit; a landlord’s right of access to carry out works associated with a development; whether arbitration proceedings can stop a tenant from defending possession proceedings; the requirements for the intention to create legal relations to establish a tenancy; a tenancy by conduct; whether a letting which included the development of a golf course remained an agricultural holding; whether a tenancy at will is protected under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986; an assessment of financial standing for suitability for succession; the requirements for a landlord to make a case for sound estate management; the First-tier Tribunal’s jurisdiction to award indemnity costs; the nature of a trust, where a tenancy is held on trust for a partnership; the financial entitlement of a partner on retirement from a partnership; the operation of estoppel by deed and estoppel and by grant in relation to the assignment of freehold titles; the law relating to concurrent leases; the law of merger; whether a Notice to Quit given to the original tenant is valid to terminate the tenancy of a company after assignment. Seller Inventory # ABE-1709876380770

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The 11th Edition has been comprehensively updated from the previous 2015 edition to include: All recent cases including Windsor-Clive v Rees (one Arbitration, four decisions of the High Court and one of the Court of Appeal); Carr v Evelyn (two decisions of the First-tier Tribunal); Procter v Procter (two High Court decisions and one of the Court of Appeal); Tuner v Jones (decisions of the County Court and the High Court) Outcomes from those cases, such as: the legal test applying to the timing of a Case B Notice to Quit; a landlord’s right of access to carry out works associated with a development; whether arbitration proceedings can stop a tenant from defending possession proceedings; the requirements for the intention to create legal relations to establish a tenancy; a tenancy by conduct; whether a letting which included the development of a golf course remained an agricultural holding; whether a tenancy at will is protected under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986; an assessment of financial standing for suitability for succession; the requirements for a landlord to make a case for sound estate management; the First-tier Tribunal’s jurisdiction to award indemnity costs; the nature of a trust, where a tenancy is held on trust for a partnership; the financial entitlement of a partner on retirement from a partnership; the operation of estoppel by deed and estoppel and by grant in relation to the assignment of freehold titles; the law relating to concurrent leases; the law of merger; whether a Notice to Quit given to the original tenant is valid to terminate the tenancy of a company after assignment. Seller Inventory # ABE-1709876380770