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Break Clauses (2ed)

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Break Clauses is a comprehensive guide that explains everything a property practitioner needs to know in respect of break clauses including:

  • Comparisons between break clauses and other methods of terminating leases
  • How to interpret break clauses and break notices
  • How break clauses relate to other clauses within the lease, e.g. rent review clauses
  • The effect of exercising a break notice on the respective obligations of landlords / tenants / sub-tenants
  • The consequences of there being conditions precedent attached to the exercise of a break clause
  • The formalities and the possible registration requirements of break clauses
  • The procedure for the service of a break notice and the consequences of failing to comply with that procedure
  • The interrelationship between break clauses and the security of tenure procedures under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
  • Issues of professional liability in the context of break clauses
  • Redevelopment break clauses
  • Guidance on break clauses in residential and agricultural tenancies

This new edition has been comprehensively updated and expanded to include coverage of:

  • Latest important decisions such as M&S v BNP Paribas [2015], Siemens v Friends Life (CA) [2014],  Avocet [2012], PCE Investors [2012], Gemini Press [2012], Fitzhugh v Fitzhugh [2012], HFI Farnbrough v Park Garage [2012], Canonical v TST Millbank [2012], and Quirkco v Asprey [2012].
  • Further analysis of debate and opinion on topical issues such as the recoverability of 'overpaid' rent following the termination of a lease.
  • Extended selection of precedents.
Break Clauses is a comprehensive guide that explains everything a property practitioner needs to know in respect of break clauses including:

  • Comparisons between break clauses and other methods of terminating leases
  • How to interpret break clauses and break notices
  • How break clauses relate to other clauses within the lease, e.g. rent review clauses
  • The effect of exercising a break notice on the respective obligations of landlords / tenants / sub-tenants
  • The consequences of there being conditions precedent attached to the exercise of a break clause
  • The formalities and the possible registration requirements of break clauses
  • The procedure for the service of a break notice and the consequences of failing to comply with that procedure
  • The interrelationship between break clauses and the security of tenure procedures under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
  • Issues of professional liability in the context of break clauses
  • Redevelopment break clauses
  • Guidance on break clauses in residential and agricultural tenancies
This new edition has been comprehensively updated and expanded to include coverage of:

  • Latest important decisions such as M&S v BNP Paribas [2015], Siemens v Friends Life (CA) [2014],  Avocet [2012], PCE Investors [2012], Gemini Press [2012], Fitzhugh v Fitzhugh [2012], HFI Farnbrough v Park Garage [2012], Canonical v TST Millbank [2012], and Quirkco v Asprey [2012].
  • Further analysis of debate and opinion on topical issues such as the recoverability of 'overpaid' rent following the termination of a lease.
  • Extended selection of precedents.
Publisher: LexisNexis UK
ISBN: 9781784730345
Author(s) Warwick, M and Trompeter, N
Edition 2
Format Pb
Publication Date 30/03/2016