Guide to Landlord and Tenant Law, third edition, is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the law as it relates to property ownership. The book will enable the reader to understand this complex area and to understand more fully the law as it relates to ownership and leasing of residential and commercial property.
This latest publication in the Emerald Home Lawyer Series, Landlord and Tenant Law, is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the law as it affects landlord and tenant. As well as being an invaluable guide for the professional, it will be very useful for landlords who let property and also for tenants. The book is clear and concise and covers the following areas: The law relating to property generally, An outline of different tenure types, Public/private tenants, Freeholders and leaseholders, Letting property, Rent and service charges, Legal action against landlord or tenant, and more.
A wide-ranging introductory book covering the operations of the European Union and the legal framework that binds the EU and connects the Union to individual member states. The emphasis is on the effect and administration of the European Union and its overall effect on each member country.
The area of law dealing with matters affecting landlord and tenant is very complex and is not readily accessible to the layperson. A Guide to Landlord and Tenant Law is an extremely comprehensive guide to all aspects of the law relating to landlord and tenant. It is the only book of its kind that can be readily utilised by layperson, student and professional alike.
The perfect introductory text to the complicated are of the law of tort - which deals with negligence generally and liability for negligence and breach of duty. It is the ideal book for those wishing to develop their knowledge of the area - whether professional, layperson or student - and covers topics including negligence in general, breach of duty, causation, employer liablity, nuisance, defamation, strict liability and defences.
A concise and informative guide to the processes that underpin the practice of the administration of estates. The book is designed for those people who are involved in obtaining probate and acting as executor and who wish to understand more about this complex area. The book is fully updated to 2011. It also covers in detail: the duties of the executor, valuing the estate, obtaining probate, distributing the estate, paying all debts and carrying out terms of the will, a guide to inheritance tax and standard forms used in probate.
A comprehensive overview of essential aspects of the law, very much intended for the layperson who wishes to enhance his or her knowledge of the law. The primary aim of the book is to ensure that the layperson is equipped with at least a working knowledge of the law when faced with a potential legal problem or when accident or injury has occurred. Readers will find it very informative, if not invaluable as a reference work providing answers across a wide range of basic legal questions.
A user-friendly, at-a-glance guide for parents to what their children are taught at primary school. It gives a brief description of the more modern teaching methods so that parents can gain a familiarity with, and an understanding of, the processes that their child will go through in primary school. Covers the development of numeracy, literacy and the wider curriculum from when children enter school in Reception at age 4, through Key Stages 1 and 2 until the move to secondary school at age 11. Also provides a wealth of ways to support children at home.
Health and Safety, Law and Practice for Small to Medium Enterprises, Third Edition, by Samantha Walker is the first book of its kind targeting small to medium business. This book will prove invaluable as a complete handbook for existing and developing business and will guide managers in those businesses and assist them in ensuring that a comprehensive health and safety strategy is in place. It covers issues with starting a business, the enforcing authorities, employment status, health and safety law, risk assessment, good management and what to do when things go wrong.
A comprehensive guide to all aspects of the formation and ongoing running of a business, this text looks at issues such as the practicalities of starting a business, assessing the marketplace, sourcing finance to 'get off the ground' and putting together a viable business plan.
An extremely comprehensive guide to the problems affecting children and their health from the early years through to teenage. Heaton-Harris specifically approaches the problem of obesity, dealing with the causes and effects of childhood obesity, both medical and physiological, and providing a series of healthy diets and activities which will ensure that a child grows up healthy and fit and avoids the inherent dangers of obesity in early life.