TOPIC a few: TENANCIES
a few. 1Definition of the Lease/Tenancy
your five. 1 . one particular ‘Tenancy' and ‘Tenancy Not affected by Registration' – ss five, 213 and 223
a few. 2Creation of a Tenancy
your five. 2 . you Indorsement of Tenancy
five. 3Types of Tenancy below NLC
5. 4Determination of Tenancies
1 . Teo & Khaw, Chapter 6th
2 . Sihombing J, Phase 15
a few. Joshua, Chapter 8
5. Salleh Buang, Chapter six
5. Ainul Jaria Maidin, Chapter 8
TOPIC your five: TENANCIES
five. 1DEFINITION OF ANY TENANCY
• Meaning underneath NLC:
um " tenancy”: ss 213 & 223 – ‘tenancy exempt from registration'.
• Identify the differences between a lease contract and tenancy.
• Mere label of lease does not always mean lease but is tenancy: Golden Court Hotel v Pemegang Harta Malaysia  4 MLJ 708
• Three essential characteristics of a lease/tenancy:
• s 225(2) interpretation
five. 1 . 1‘Tenancy' and ‘Tenancy Exempt from Registration' – ss 5, 213 and 223
Q: virtually any distinction among a ‘tenancy' and a ‘tenancy not impacted by registration' underneath NLC:
Bronze Kiaw sixth is v Gan Chye Khoon  2 MLJ 109 FC
• Effect of a tenancy exempt from subscription on businesses and chargees
Motel Ambassador Sdn Bhd versus Seapower Sdn Bhd  1 MLJ 404
Than Kok Leong v Low Betty Hai  1 MLJ 187
a few. 2CREATION OF YOUR TENANCY
five. 2 . 1Indorsement of Tenancy
• Orally or on paper: s 223(2)
• May be protected by way of an indorsement on the RDT: s 213(3)
Q1: Whether a tenancy not affected by registration can be binding on the subsequent buyer or a buyer pursuant to the order available?
Than Kok Leong sixth is v Low Betty Hai  1 MLJ 187
Motel Ambassador v Seapower Sdn Bhd  1 MLJ 404
Q2: Can a tenant villa a stipulation as detect to the complete world?
Suitcases Distributors (M) Sdn. Bhd. v Suntan Hor Teng  MLJ 719
a few. 3TYPES OF TENANCY UNDER NLC
(a) Fixed tenancy
(b) Periodical tenancy
(c) Tenancy when
(d) Tenancy at sufferance
(e) Tenancy with ‘estoppel'
Early Tiang Yap v Chan Chan Friends...
References: • There must be a great expectation made or prompted by the landlord and reliance by the other party on this sort of promise or perhaps expectation: God Kingsdown in Ramsden v Dyson (1866) LR 1 HL 129
• Go through cases and articles: