Landlords of commercial properties must follow all regulations that ensure the protection of their tenants. Failure to uphold the regulations, as well as any contracts may result in fines and other legal consequences for the landlord and compensation for the tenant.
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Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
The security of tenure provision in the Landlord and Tenant Act protects tenants from being forced to move out of their premises unless the landlord has a valid reason for doing so. This allows tenants to continue occupying their space and running their businesses without interruption. A commercial landlord can exclude the security of tenure provisions in the LTA 1954 if they agree to it with the tenant, as long as they follow the correct process. The rules for excluding security of tenure are set out in Section 38A, which specifies that the lease must be for a fixed and certain period of time.
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