|Looseleaf||Handbook of Rent Review||20/06/1991||9780421279803||$1,159.00|
Now with dedicated Australian and New Zealand content, this is the incomparable resource on rent review for the common law world.
The Handbook of Rent Review is a complete guide to the law and practice affecting rent review provisions, negotiations, arbitrations and determinations – and is the only comprehensive work containing detailed commentary and analysis, digested cases and valuation practice guidelines and notes available in England, Australia or New Zealand. The authors of this text are Kirk Reynolds QC and Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC who are both acknowledged leading experts in commercial property, arbitration and valuation law who practise at Falcon Chambers, London.
The Handbook has, over the last thirty years, established itself as an invaluable and authoritative guide for barristers, solicitors, valuers and other property professionals negotiating or advising on rent review provisions or acting for parties in the resolution of rent review disputes - whether by court proceedings, arbitration or determination by a valuer - and also for appeals and challenges to determinations.
This work contains over 1,000 pages of commentary, explanation and guidance on the machinery of rent review, valuation aspects and issues of critical importance in the hearing of a disputed review before a court or an arbitrator and also in appeals and challenges. The Handbook already incorporates a wealth of Commonwealth case law and commentary. Its digest of cases contains the important rent review cases in England and Australasia, cases which are relevant and cited in each of these jurisdictions because of their substantially shared common law.
The Handbook has now been substantially expanded with the inclusion of a new and comprehensive chapter dedicated to the law and practice of rent review in Australia and New Zealand which considers the English common law in the context of the authorities in these jurisdictions. In so doing the new chapter integrates the whole of the applicable common law in a way designed to provide unique assistance to legal and other practitioners in Australia and New Zealand. This newly prepared chapter, written by Dr Clyde Croft SC, unlocks the English common law resources for Australian and New Zealand practitioners and vice versa. Dr Croft is a leading expert in the commercial property, arbitration and law of valuation fields and practises primarily at the Victorian Bar.
- Summarises over 400 reported and unreported cases Commonwealth cases - plus cross references to the main text and other digested cases.
- Includes precedents and forms for use in drafting rent review provisions and conducting disputed rent reviews and court challenges.
- Available on CD as the Rent Review Service CD.
- ontains a substantial case digest section.
- Quotations from judgements are used throughout the text.
- Charts are used where necessary.
Objects and History of Rent Review Provisions. Interpreting Rent Review Provisions. The Machinery of Review. The Basis of Valuation. Restrictions on Use, Alienation and Alterations. Matters to be Disregarded or Regarded. Procedure and Evidence. Costs in Arbitrations and in Determinations by a Surveyor Acting as an Independent Expert. Practical Valuation Guidance. Disputes Involving Issues of Law. Appealing against or Setting aside an Award or Expert Determination. After the Review. Privacy and Confidentiality in Rent Review. Liability for Negligence in Rent Review. Drafting Rent Review Provisions. Rents and Rent Reviews in New Tenancies Granted under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, Part II. Value Added Tax on Rent: Implications for Rent Review. Direct Professional Access to the Bar by Arbitrators and Chartered Surveyors (BarDIRECT). Precedents and Forms. Statutes. Digest of Cases.
Price is for the main work only. Approx. 2 updates per year. Updates invoiced separately on publication.