Ground Rent: The New Regime
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Most leases provide that forfeiture may occur on the grounds of non-payment of rent, whether the rent has been formally demanded or not. Further, the Common Law Procedure Act 1852 stated that a lease may be forfeited if rent is outstanding for over six months whether or not it has been demanded. Hardly any leases require that rent has to be requested; the dates and amounts to be paid are set out in the lease and landlords have tended to argue that leaseholders should take responsibility for paying on the due dates without being reminded.