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Opposing a tenant’s 1954 Act lease renewal – Part 3
This is the third in a series of articles looking at the grounds a landlord can use to oppose a tenant’s lease renewal where the lease is protected by the terms of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. In this article we are going to be looking at the grounds of opposition contained in sections 30(1)(d) and 30(1)(e).
Dealing with risk
Identifying a pattern of accidents is a useful first step in managing the risk which has led to the accidents. In a domestic setting, the London Fire Brigade has identified that one in four people who die in a fire have alcohol in their system, and that three quarters of alcohol related fires are caused by cooking when under the influence, most commonly because someone has fallen asleep.
"Do we need to follow a “fair” – or even any – process to dismiss an employee if she has only been employed by us for 18 months?"
We get asked this question a lot by those employers who are aware that, as a rule, an employee requires a minimum of two years’ continuous employment with an employer in order to bring a claim for unfair dismissal.