CILEx Level 6 – Unit 10 – Landlord and Tenant Law
What does this course cover?
- Key features of leasehold property
- Formal requirements for the creation of a lease
- Express covenants of a lease
- Obligations implied in a lease
- Obligations and duties imposed on landlord and tenant in relation to third parties
- Termination and remedies
- The Rent Act 1977
- The Housing Act 1988
- Regulation of long residential tenancies
- Regulation of business tenancies
Who is the course for?
- Learners who wish to follow the CILEx professional route to become Chartered Legal Executives and have already completed the level 3 Professional Diploma in Law and Practice.
- Anyone interested in a stand-alone Diploma in Landlord and Tenant Law because of work or personal interests.
What qualification will you get?
This unit can be a stand-alone qualification, it can be a part of the CILEx level 6 Diploma in Law and Practice.
Other related courses in this area of Study?
- After successfully completing the level 3 Professional Diploma in Law and Practice, combine with level 6 conveyancing, any 2 level 6 law units, legal research and client care to gain the level 6 Diploma in Law and Practice.
How distance learning works with Brightlink Learning
Q. What do you get when you buy a Brightlink CILEx unit?
A face to face one to one induction via video conferencing.
A restorative approach to your learning where you and your tutor will discuss what you need to do your best and agree a mutual learning contract based on that.
Access for the length of your subscription to our online materials which are written and triple quality checked by experts within the fields of education and law.
Unlimited access to a tutor who will know you and your learning well, by email and Skype.
Q. What do I need to provide to study for CILEx qualifications with Brightlink?
The formula for success in studying CILEx is time and commitment plus tutor guidance and reading what the examiner is reading. CILEx examiners recommend a text to read for each unit at both levels. When they’re writing the exam paper they’ll be expecting that you have read that book and will know what’s in it. Recommended texts are published by a variety of publishers. At level 6 these can be found on the CILEx website under recommended reading http://www.cilex.org.uk/study/information_for_students/recommended_reading.aspx at level 3 the recommended texts are published by CILEx Law School http://www.cilexlawschool.ac.uk/publications/printed please be careful when using the shop you only need the relevant manual not the full course. Your tutor will support you fully with updates and revision so you won’t need to pay for any extra time or materials.
Other useful information?
Q. When and how can I enrol for a Brightlink CILEx course?
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