The landlord’s perspective on tenant’s rights of first refusal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987

Recorded on: 22/03/2022


The Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (as amended) is infamous for its dreadful drafting and is a nightmare for landlords of residential and mixed-use buildings wishing to sell, lease, develop or otherwise deal with their properties.  This webinar, by the co-author of two books on the 1987 Act, will focus on the landlord’s perspective, perfectly complementing Sarah Thompson-Copsey’s webinar on the tenant’s perspective.  The webinar will include:

  • When is what the landlord wants to do caught by the Act? Which properties are affected and which transactions are caught?
  • If the landlord is caught, what must they do to comply with the Act?
  • What happens if the landlord fails to comply with the Act?
  • How can the landlord avoid having to comply with the Act?
  • Lessons from the cases

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Non members:  £159.00

Sole practitioner:  £80.00

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01904 653 550 webinars@legalfutures.co.uk
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