Frequently students of landlord and tenant law experience difficulties in accessing relevant case law. This is particularly true for surveying and land management students whose libraries are not law oriented. This third edition provides a compact and comprehensive solution. This expanded and updated casebook is offered to such students as resource material for seminars and tutorials. It may be used by itself or in conjunction with one of the standard texts to provide substance to the basic landlord and tenant principles. The casebook is divided into three sections. Part A deals with the general law of landlord and tenant. Part B covers cases under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. Part C covers residential tenancies under the Rent Act 1977 and the Housing Acts 1988 and 1996. It embraces the key elements of landlord and tenant law from rent review, improvements and assignment through to the lease renewal process and protection for the residential occupier.Although there are many landlord and tenant texts, none are specifically designed for the surveying and land management student. This casebook fills the gap and meets their specialized needs.Williams, Delyth W. is the author of 'Landlord and Tenant Casebook ', published 2002 under ISBN 9780728203747 and ISBN 072820374X.