Mark Shelton considers how to protect a landlord’s rights of access to carry out works while protecting tenants’ rights The word ‘quiet’ has the potential to mislead, suggesting disturbance caused by noise, such as the noise of building works. The covenant is concerned with disturbance in a much broader sense. Leases will often contain rights …
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