Ask a Law Question, Get an Answer ASAP!
Yes, the new lease would be subject to protection from the 1954 Act as well, unless otherwise ordered by a court. So, if the landlord wishes to oppose this, he would need to apply to the court for an order excluding the new lease from the protection of the 1954 Act.
This article may be helpful: https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=59d4aac2-80b3-4e26-a618-81213185aa95
All the best. Please click on 5 stars
Yes, the landlord may oppose a new lease by serving a S. 25 notice on you and yes, if the landlord does not oppose, you simply continue paying the current rent and remain in occupation: https://www.boltburdon.co.uk/yourbusiness/property-disputes/lease-renewal-faq/#:~:text=The%20Landlord%20and%20Tenant%20Act%201954%20allows%20the%20Tenant%20in,be%20agreed%20with%20the%20Landlord.
All the best.
Please click on 5 stars