Landlord and Tenant Law

By: J C W Wylie
ISBN: 9781780434803

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About Landlord and Tenant Law

Long recognised as the definitive work on this area, Landlord and Tenant Law, 3rd edition comprehensively deals with all aspects of this subject relevant to the law in Ireland. It is essential for all practitioners with an interest in property law. The book covers everything from the basics (such as explaining the nature of the relationship between landlord and tenant) to more complex matters such as when disputes arise, and... Read more

About Landlord and Tenant Law

Long recognised as the definitive work on this area, Landlord and Tenant Law, 3rd edition comprehensively deals with all aspects of this subject relevant to the law in Ireland. It is essential for all practitioners with an interest in property law. The book covers everything from the basics (such as explaining the nature of the relationship between landlord and tenant) to more complex matters such as when disputes arise, and the controversial subjects of rent reviews and guarantees.

This is the eagerly awaited third edition of this flagship title and covers in detail the important legislation that has been enacted since the last edition, including: Residential Tenancies Acts 2004 and 2009, Landlord and Tenant (Ground Rents) Act 2005, Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2008, Land and Conveyancing Law reform Act 2009 (s 132) and Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011.

The third edition incorporates extensive case law on several important aspects of the law including: rent reviews, guarantees, break options, service charges, alienation covenants, forfeiture, new tenancy rights and acquisition of the fee simple. It also draws attention to numerous proposals for reform made by the Law Reform Commission.

Professor John Wylie is a well-known author on Irish property law. He was a Consultant to the Law Reform Commission on various reform projects it carried out between 2001 and 2008 and he played a leading role in the Joint Project with the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform.

Table of Contents

Contents:
Chapter 1 Development of the Law
Chapter 2 Nature of the Relation of Landlord and Tenant
Chapter 3 Other Relations
Chapter 4 Categories of Tenancy
Chapter 5 Negotiations, Contracts and Formalities
Chapter 6 Commencement, Date and Parties
Chapter 7 Recitals, Consideration and Words of Demise
Chapter 8 Parcels, Lessee’s Rights and Lessor’s Exceptions and Reservations
Chapter 9 Fixtures and Fittings
Chapter 10 Demise and Reddendum
Chapter 11 Rent Review
Chapter 12 Recovery of Rent
Chapter 13 Outgoings, Taxes and Charges
Chapter 14 Title and Quiet Enjoyment
Chapter 15 Repairs and Maintenance
Chapter 16 Insurance
Chapter 17 Service Charges
Chapter 18 User
Chapter 19 Alterations and Improvements
Chapter 20 Options
Chapter 21 Assignment
Chapter 22 Subletting
Chapter 23 Notice
Chapter 24 Forfeiture
Chapter 25 Surrender and Merger
Chapter 26 Expiry, Disclaimer, Enlargement, Frustration and Repudiation
Chapter 27 Ejectments
Chapter 28 Limitation of Actions
Chapter 29 Dwellings
Chapter 30 New Tenancies
Chapter 31 Reversionary Leases and Acquisition of Fee Simple
Chapter 32 Compensation
Index

Publishing Details

Publication Date: 31 October 2014
ISBN: 9781780434803
Binding: Hardback
Edition: 3
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