LTA 1954: Details of claim to be included in a landlord's claim form for an unopposed lease renewal

This is an example of the details of claim, which can be used as a starting point when drafting a claim made by a landlord for an unopposed lease renewal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (LTA 1954). If practicable, the details should be set out in the claim form under the heading "Details of claim".  However, if there is insufficient space in the claim form, you may need to draft the details of claim as a separate particulars of claim which should be served on the defendant tenant with the claim form (or within a specified period).

For an example of the details of claim which can be used when a tenant brings a claim for an unopposed lease renewal, see Standard document, LTA 1954: Details of claim to be included in a tenant's claim form for an unopposed lease renewal.

The Part 8  procedure (as amended by Civil Procedure Rule (CPR) 56) must be used for an unopposed lease renewal claim (CPR 56.3(3)).  The claim must be made using Claim Form N208.

The claim must include all the information set out in CPR 56 and the wording of this standard document should be adapted to the specific facts and circumstances of the claim.

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