Blackstone's Landlord and Tenant Series breaks down the subject of landlord and tenant into the areas that come up most in practice. Each book in the series provides practical treatment of a particular subject. With their clear exposition of the law, they will be invaluable to landlord and tenant specialists. As business tenancies are traditionally short in length a considerable amount of commercial property work is concerned with their renewal under Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. This book provides the practitioner with a detailed and practical guide to all aspects of the law on the statutory renewal of business tenancies and the often complex issues which can arise during the renewal process. It suggests realistic answers for practitioners when dealing with these issues. It will equip commercial property professional with thorough practical knowledge of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1927 and 1954, and related case law. Practical examples illustrate the text and the implications of the Civil Procedure Rules are considered where appropriate.