Methods for apportioning rent

This practice note explains three methods of apportioning rent that has been paid in advance:

Law Society's method (standard formula).

Annual method (surveyors' method).

Quarterly method.

The note illustrates how each method works in relation to the apportionment of rent on a grant of a lease, on an assignment of a lease and on a sale of the reversion.


 

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