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A collection of the best Landlord and Tenant notes the director of Oxbridge Notes (an Oxford law graduate) could find after combing through dozens of LLB samples from outstanding law students with the highest results in England and carefully evaluating each on accuracy, formatting, logical structure, spelling/grammar, conciseness and "wow-factor". Although the previous year's set of notes did not earn its author a 1st in exams, we've included them as free supplementary materials as the notes are at a high standard and it seems the author just got unlucky in exams.

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Landlord and Tenant Law Notes

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  • This product contains 15 documents
  • Approximately 1013 pages
  • Includes the following editions:
    • 2015 Editor's Choice

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  • Grade: 1st
  • Institution: Oxford (unaffiliated)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Level: Undergraduate

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