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					                                                                    Module Code: CN2022
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School of Engineering and the Built Environment


                                    EXAMINATION PAPER



     CN2022                                       Property Management


Date of Examination:                                    15/05/2008 SEM 2

Examiner:                                               Dr Felix Hammond

Examiner(s) Room:                                       MI228

Time Allowed:                                           3 hrs

Number of Questions to be attempted:                     4 from 6

All questions are equally weighted (unless otherwise stated) and are marked
on the grade point scale.

Materials Required:


   One eight page answer book



Instructions to Students:


   Programmable calculators, PDAs and mobile phones are not permitted in the
    exam.
   You should write legibly in black or blue ink.
   Check your work carefully for inaccurate spelling, punctuation and grammar.
   You may not leave the examination room during the first hour or last 30 minutes
    of the exam.
   An announcement will be made when there are 30 minutes of the exam time left.




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School of Engineering and the Built Environment
                                                                Module Code: CN2022
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    1               Property is a multi-facet commodity. Accordingly, to
                    be effective, property managers need to have
                    adequate knowledge and understanding of all the
                    facets of the property they manage. Discuss             100%


    2               The Environmental Protection Act 1990 Section 79-
                    82 refers to matters that constitute “statutory
                    nuisance”, explain with examples, what constitutes a
                    “statutory nuisance” in the context of property
                    management                                              100%


    3               Sections 10-12 of The Landlord and Tenant Act
                    1985 identified the conditions that make a house
                    “unfit for human habitation”. Analyse in detail what
                    these matters are, listing and discuss the
                    implications of the legal case under O’Brien v
                                                                            100%
                    Robinson 1973.


    4               Critically examine the implications of the following
                    enactments on landlords and tenants of commercial
                    properties

           (a)      Disability Discrimination Act (1995 as amended
                    2005).                                                  50%


            (a)     The Regulatory Reform (Fire safety) and Order
                    (2005)                                                  50%


    5               The “yield up” clause is commonly found in business
                    leases.

           (a)      Critically appraise this clause and discuss its
                    implications from the perspective of the tenant         50%


           (b)      Discuss the aims, objectives and benefits of a
                    schedule of condition survey in the respect of the
                    above clause.                                           50%

6                   Critically explain the characteristics that make
                    differentiate property market from all other asset
                                                                            100%
                    markets.



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