1) What is the difference between an AST and an AT tenancy agreement? a) None b) One is for the Landlord and the other for the tenant c) The AST is initially for six months and the AT is for twelve months d) The AST give the Landlord more protection and the AT gives the tenant more protection 2) If the landlord fails to allow the tenant quiet enjoyment what would this normally trigger? a) A fixed penalty fine b) A breach of the tenancy agreement c) An automatic right to claim for damages d) An automatic right to be re-housed 3) What is the key legal case relating to the lease vs. licence distinction? a) Aslan v Murphy [1990] b) Street v Mountford [1985] c) Crancour v De Silvaesa (1986) d) Say v Smith (1563) 4) If you do not issue the tenant with a contract such as an AST (Assured Shorthold Tenancy) or an AT (Assured Tenancy) what would happen? a) It would automatically become an AT b) Nothing c) It would automatically become an AST d) You would not be able to serve any notices on the tenant 5) What is a lease? a) Personal right to use a property in a certain way b) A tenancy with exclusive possession but not for a term of years certain c) Grant of a right to exclusive possession of land for a determinable period of time d) A contract by deed only 6) A Section 25 or 26 notice is issued under which legislation? a) Housing Act 1985 b) Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 c) Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 d) Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 7) What did the Occupiers' Liability Act 1957 effectively codify? a) The rights of a visitor b) The common law duty of care c) The definition of an occupier d) The rights of a licensee 8) Which of the following categories of people would be classed as occupiers under the 1957Act? a) They have some degree of control over the premises. b) They have exclusive occupation of the premises. c) They have an interest in the land d) They have an interest in the land as well as exclusive occupation 9) Which of the following would be classed as a warning sign under s.2(4)(a) Occupiers' Liability Act 1957 a) Danger, slippery when wet" & "The Management accept no responsibility for injury or damage howsoever caused" b) No Entry c) The Management accept no responsibility for injury or damage howsoever caused d) Danger, uneven surface 10) Under the Defective Premises Act 1972, who is a duty owed to? a) all persons who might reasonably be expected to be affected by defects b) the tenants only c) the council d) visitors only 11) Under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985, which of the following is an implied duty of a tenant?  a) to make sure the home is fit for habitation b) to maintain the property in a 'tenant-like manner c) to maintain the gas appliances  d) to maintain the roof 12) What happens when a fixed term AST comes to an end? a) The landlord and tenant must renew the contract b) The tenancy automatically ends and the landlord gains posession c) The tenancy automatically becomes a periodic tenancy  d) The tenant must be evicted 13) If a Landlord needs to enter his property to carry out repair work, how much notice does he need to give the tenant? a) None b) 24 hours c) A week d) 72 hours  14) Which of the following needs to be registered at the Land Registry? a) A lease over 7 years b) A tenancy agreement c) A tenancy at will d) A licence  15) Which of the following statements accurately outlines the requirements of a tenancy? a) Exclusive possession by the occupier for a fixed period b) Exclusive possession by the occupier for the majority period in the day c) Exclusive possession by the occupier d) Exclusive possession by the occupier for a term at a rent 16) Which of the following interests in land cannot exist at law under s.1 LPA 1925? a) Leasehold b) Mortgage c) Easement d) Beneficial interests in a trust

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