Land Law - Leases

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Leading cases regarding leases and remedies for breach of covenants


 
  
Created Mar 23, 2012
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Islington LBC v Green
 
Regarding whether a capable grantor / grantee.

It...

2
Lace v Chantler
 
Regarding fixed term
“a term created by a leasehold must be expressed either with certainty...
3
Prudential Assurance v London Residuary
 

Periodic Tenancy
Held that all leases...

4
Street v Mountford
 
Landmark decision in the lease/license distinction. S let his house to M in return for a weekly...
5
Antoniades v Villiers
 

A ‘license agreement’ which seemed...

6
Abbeyfield v Woods
 
The occupier of a room in an old people's home was held to be a licensee and not a tenant....
7
AG Securities v Vaughan
 
A granted to V and his girlfriend the right to use a flat. Each occupant signed separate but...
8
National Car Parks v Trinity Development
 

‘the court must look to the substance and...

9
Ashburn v Arnold
 
the statement by Lord Templeman in Street v Mountford that the three hallmarks of a...
10
King's Motors v Lax
 
it was observed that as the rent was not agreed and was left to be agreed, the contract is...
11
Walsh v Lonsdale
 
If the proper formalities have not been complied with (ie. No deed or registration) then as...
12
Owen v Gadd
 
Landlord covenant for quiet enjoyment
It is not necessary in order to constitute a breach...
13
Southwark v Mills
 
Landlord covenant for quiet enjoyment
A covenant for quiet enjoyment did not impose an obligation...
14
Chartered Trust v Davies
 
Landlord covenant not to derogate from the grant
D was the lessee of one of the retail units, having...
15
Harmer v Jumbil
 
Landlord covenant not to derogate from the grant
The claimant took a Lease of land from...
16
National Carriers v Panalpina
 
Tenant covenant to pay rent

Usually...

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Governors of Rugby School v Tannahill
 
Forfeiture
The defendant lessee committed a breach of her covenant not to use the premises...

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