By Graham White, Graham White Jon Vivian 16 February 2001
The implications for landlords become relevant when they are seeking to alter rights previously granted to tenants. Increasingly, landlords are looking to redevelop their estates, having granted leases at the height of the recession that gave tenants wider or more permanent rights than they (the landlords) would otherwise want.
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