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The Law Society Manuals are designed to meet the needs of apprentices studying a range of vocational legal subjects on the Societys Professional Practice Courses. We hope that they will also be of assistance to legal practitioners.
The aim of each manual is to provide a clear overview of the particular subject and to concentrate on practice areas of particular relevance to apprentices. They are written by expert practitioners and the Societys teaching staff. The authors of the manuals have contributed to this project with the
needs of apprentices specifically in mind.
This Landlord and Tenant Law Manual is designed to give apprentice solicitors a clear and thorough understanding of the current practice in this field. It has been designed to familiarise apprentices with the procedures involved in landlord and tenant law and the correct approach to advising both
landlords and tenants. The book deals with residential letting agreements and both long- and short-term commerical leases. Landlord and Tenant Law comprehensively deals with the practice issues most frequently encountered by apprentices in this area and incorporates recent developments in law and
practice. It clearly and concisely explains the principles of landlord and tenant law and will prove to be an essential text for both apprentices and practitioners.
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