Landlord and Tenant
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What is the argument for landlord?
However, on the other hand, it may be argued for the landlord that the tenant is only required to vacate the premises after the transitional period, and not before that, even though the notice is...
When should a landlord give notice to the tenant to vacate the premise?
Whether it should be given after the transitional period 31st December 1999 or before the expiry of the transitional period - three months before 1st January 2000 - the Control of Rent (Repeal)...
What is the effective rental value after 1st January 2000 under the Control of Rent (Repeal) Act 1997?
If the tenant wishes to remain in occupation of the premises after the expiry of such transitional period, then he is to pay a rental at the market value. The amount of rental payable by the...
Will three (3) months notice to quit become a permanent feature under the Control of Rent (Repeal) Act 1997?
To answer this question, one may have to refer to s. 11 of the Control of Rent (Repeal) Act 1997. Section 11 of the Control of Rent (Repeal) Act 1997 provides: Section 11(1) Upon the expiry of the...
Why is there a delayed delivery of premise for 28 months during the transitional period under the Control of Rent (Repeal) Act 1997?
It has never been the intention of the legislature to deprive the landlord of his immediate right to enjoy vacant possession of the premises on 1 January 2000. In fact, by then the landlord has...
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