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Opposing Lease Renewals - What, How, Why and When?

For the landlord wishing to get possession back at the expiry of a tenancy, the grounds and procedure for opposing renewal under the 1954 Act can look like an obstacle course. In fact, the cases lay down ways through which are comparatively straightforward, so the smart adviser can help the client to the right outcome effectively. There are also several practical tips which help to reduce the amount of compensation payable. Tenants, on the other hand, need to know the tactical levers which can help put them in the strongest negotiating position. The caselaw continues to develop, and this webinar considers recent cases as well as reviewing the grounds of opposition, tactics, timing and procedure.

Start Date Venue Price  
12 June 2024 Virtual Seminar £80 BOOK

Note: All prices are to be paid in GBP and are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate

Event duration: Morning Virtual Seminar (2 hours CPD). This session will contain a comfort break.
Registration from: 9.25. Event starts at: 9.30. Event finishes at: 11.30.


  • Mark Shelton, Commercial Property Management Law Trainer, CPM Law Training Limited and Author of 'A Practical Guide to the Law of Dilapidations' and 'A Practical Guide to Applications for Landlords' Consent and Variation of Leases'


The seminar will include:

  • An outline of the seven grounds of opposition
  • How does a landlord prove its intention?
  • The entitlement to statutory compensation – and how landlords may restrict it
  • Considerations in the drafting of notices
  • Liability for misrepresentation