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Elisabeth Ahlinder

Elisabeth Ahlinder

Univ. lektor

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Arbetar vid Juridiska institutionen
Telefon 08-16 32 88
E-post elisabeth.ahlinder@juridicum.su.se
Besöksadress Universitetsvägen 10 C
Rum SCCL 662b
Postadress Juridiska institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

Om mig

Civilrätt med inriktning på fastighetsrätt. Kursföreståndare för grundkursen Civilrätt D samt för specialkursen Central fastighetsrätt.

 

Disputerade år 2013 med avhandlingen Finansiering med fastigheter som säkerhetsunderlag - köp, pant, hyra och jordabalkens gränser. I avhandlingen behandlas olika finansieringsformer- och tekniker som kan användas som alternativ eller komplement till traditionell panträtt enligt 6 kap. JB. Alternativa finansieringsformer och -tekniker som används vid finansiering med fastighet som säkerhet i vid mening diskuteras och problematiseras utifrån ett sammantaget helhetsperspektiv. Särskild vikt läggs vid avtalen och villkorens överensstämmande och förenlighet med vissa tvingande regler, formkrav och sakrättsliga bestämmelser i JB.

Publikationer

I urval från Stockholms universitets publikationsdatabas
  • 2017. Elisabeth Ahlinder.

    Business tenants in many countries are seen to be in need of tenant protection with respect to unfair lease terms and other exploitations by landlords. Small business tenants are particularly vulnerable at the end of a lease term. Harsh and oppressive behaviour by unscrupulous landlords demanding excessive rent increases or substantial one-off fee payments as conditions for renewing business leases has historically forced many tenants to submit to landlord demands even at the risk of business failure. The purpose of providing tenants with statutory protection at the end of a lease term primarily is to balance the bargaining powers of the parties. Providing tenants with such protection reduces their risks for economic losses, affecting the balance of the parties’ bargaining powers throughout the entire lease term. A comparative perspective is used here to explore the different legal approaches and solutions to business tenant protection at the end of a lease term as found in the United Kingdom (‘UK’), Sweden and Australia. The complexity of regulating and balancing the parties’ interests, rights and responsibilities at the end of a lease term in the diverse business tenancy market is examined and analysed. Whether it is possible, feasible or even desirable to legislate tenant protection that fits all interests and purposes is a main theme in this work. A form of tenant protection is sought that at the same time is efficient and flexible. It must be efficient enough to provide protection for tenants, such as the small barber shop on the street corner, and also flexible enough to allow tenants to negotiate at arm’s-length to create and formulate the lease that they want, for example, an international retail company holding a tenancy of large prime location premises.

  • 2017. Elisabeth Ahlinder. Juridisk Tidskrift (3), 778-784
  • 2016. Elisabeth Ahlinder. Festskrift till Ronney Hagelberg, 9-36
  • 2016. Elisabeth Ahlinder. Svensk Juristtidning 101 (5), 359-382
  • 2015. Elisabeth Ahlinder. Juridisk Tidskrift (4), 761-779
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Senast uppdaterad: 14 juni 2018

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