Commercial Tenancy Law, 4th edition (Cased)
Commercial Tenancy Law, 4th edition is a comprehensive and authoritative treatment of the law in Australia relating to all aspects of commercial leases. Commercial leases are still primarily governed by the common law, even where leases are subject to retail or shop lease legislation, as the various states’ legislation tends to supplement and rely upon the common law.
Commercial Tenancy Law, 4th edition the majority of this title consists of an analysis of common law principles. It also examines the relevant legislation, in particular developments in Australian Consumer Law, Personal Property Securities law and corresponding state fair trading legislation, as well as retail or shop lease legislation on a state by state basis. Commercial Tenancy Law is an essential referencefor legal practitioners as well as academics, law students, and those involved in commercial leasing.
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The Hon. Justice Clyde Croft was appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2009. Prior to his appointment, Justice Croft was long recognised as an authority on property law and is known to have amassed an extensive and impressive property law library. Most recently His Honour served as a member of the Expert Consultative Committee for the recent review of property law by the Victorian Law Reform Commission.
Robert Hay is a property and commercial law barrister practising in Melbourne. He is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria’s Leasing Committee and has published extensively in the area of property law.
Luke Virgona is a barrister practising in a wide range of commercial litigation, with a particular focus on property law. Before joining the Bar, Luke was the Senior Associate to the Honourable Justice Croft of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – Relationship of Landlord and Tenant
Chapter 2 – Kinds of Tenancy
Chapter 3 – Licences
Chapter 4 – Agreements for a Lease
Chapter 5 – Capacity to Make and Take Leases
Chapter 6 – Leases as Contracts
Chapter 7 –Covenants
Chapter 8 – Implied Covenants
Chapter 9 –Usual Covenants
Chapter 10 – Repairs
Chapter 11 – Rent
Chapter 12 – Trade Practices and Other Commonwealth Legislation
Chapter 13- Breach of Contract
Chapter 14 – Renewal of Leases
Chapter 15 – Assignment and Subletting
Chapter 16 – Determination of Tenancies
Chapter 17 – Forfeiture
Chapter 18 – Condition of Forfeiture
Chapter 19- Relief from Forfeiture
Chapter 20 – Notice to Quit
Chapter 21 – Re-entry by way of Self-help
Chapter 22 – The Old Action of Ejection
Chapter 23 – Retail Tenancies Legislation: Victoria
Chapter 24 – Retail Tenancies Legislation: New South Wales
Chapter 25 – Retail Tenancies Legislation: Queensland
Chapter 26 – Retail Tenancies Legislation: Western Australia
Chapter 27 – Retail Tenancies Legislation: South Australia
Chapter 28 – Retail Tenancies Legislation: Australian Capital Territory