Property Insolvency

Property Insolvency
Property Insolvency
Calland, T

With the difficult economic climate, the relationship between insolvency and the law of landlord and tenant remains a hot topic.

The gloomy forecast for the economy means that further business failure and tenant administration are likely. The prevalence of property insolvency is highlighted by recent Insolvency Service figures which found that real estate has become the worst-affected sector for insolvency after making up 35% of total administrations in the second quarter of 2011.

Specifically published for insolvency/commercial practitioners, Insolvency and the Law of Landlord and Tenant explores the relevant property law concepts, authorities and statutes so that they understand the property aspects of their work. For property practitioners, the book explains how landlord and tenant rights are affected by the insolvency regime. This title is also useful for practitioners acting for both landlord and tenant in both a commercial and residential context.

The title covers in detail the following areas: insolvency of the tenant and the landlord; freehold covenants upon insolvency insofar as they affect tenants; the restriction on reinforcement of property rights within an insolvency regime; insolvency and land registration; mortgages and insolvency; insolvency expenses as they relate to real property law; land transaction avoidance and other interests in land and how they may be affected by the onset of insolvency, such as adverse possession, easements.

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