Dilapidations

  • Ivor H. Seeley
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Abstract

This chapter is concerned with the nature, significance and application of dilapidations. A general understanding of the implications of repair clauses in leases, relevant statutory provisions and the liabilities of the owners and occupiers of property is required. The situation with regard to such matters as fences, fixtures and party walls is also considered.

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References

  1. W. A. West. The Law of Dilapidations. 8th edition. P. F. Smith. Estates Gazette (1979)Google Scholar
  2. B. Denyer-Green. Landlord’s responsibility for roof repairs. Chartered Surveyor Weekly (23 February 1984)Google Scholar
  3. RICS Commercial Property Committee. Model repairing clauses. Chartered Surveyor (December 1981)Google Scholar
  4. T. M. Aldridge. Boundaries, Walls and Fences. Oyez Longman (1982)Google Scholar

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© Ivor H. Seeley 1985

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