Overcoming the 1954 act: an alternative therapy

Sir, Simon Curtis focuses on the problems of 50-year-old legislation - where tenants have the automatic right to renew a business tenancy unless the landlord has good grounds of opposition - which could be overcome by scrapping the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (professional + legal, 24.03.06).

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