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  • Exclusion of sections 24-28 Landlord and Tenant Act LTA 1954
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    Commercial leases generally benefit from the security provisions under the LTA 1954. This security applies to all premises used for commercial reasons except for specific exceptions which are set out in the LTA such as. Some examples of these exceptions are tenancies for a term of 6 months or less, tenancies at will and agricultural… Learn more

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    My business lease is coming to an end – will I be kicked out?
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    Just because your Lease is for a set period ending on a specific date, it does not necessarily mean that you need to vacate the premises when the Lease expires. The key question is whether your Lease has the benefit of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. If it does then if you occupy the… Learn more


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