Concurrent Interest in UK Law

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Leading Cases
  • Harris and Another v Goddard and Others
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 25 Julio 1983

    Joint tenancy is a form of co-ownership, or concurrent ownership, of property. Its special feature is the right of survivorship, whereby the right to the whole of the property accrues automatically to the surviving joint tenants or joint tenant on the death of any one joint tenant. Severance is, as I understand it, the process of separating off the share of a joint tenant, so that the concurrent ownership will continue but the right of survivorship will no longer apply.

  • Cobb v Cobb
    • Court of Appeal
    • 08 Junio 1955

    The second is that I know of no power that the Court has under section 17 to vary agreed or established titles to property.

  • Bernard v Josephs
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 30 Marzo 1982

    It might in exceptional circumstances be inferred that the parties agreed to alter their beneficial interests after the house was bought; an example would be if the man bought the house in the first place and the woman years later used a legacy to build an extra floor to make more room for the children. In such circumstances the obvious inference would be that the parties agreed that the woman should acquire a share in the greatly increased value of the house produced by her money.

  • Bedson v Bedson
    • Court of Appeal
    • 22 Julio 1965

    If afreehold is conveyed to and upon trust for themselves as joint tenants, each has the same beneficial interest in that property as the. If there be two beneficial joint tenants, severance produces a beneficial tenancy in common in two equal shares. and by declaration of the beneficial joint tenancy between and B, their respective rights and titles are no less clearly laid down and established than if there had been a declaration of a beneficial tenancy in common in equal undivided shares.

  • Manchester Airport Plc v Dutton and Others (Defendants/Applicants)
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 23 Febrero 1999

    In my judgment the true principle is that a licensee not in occupation may claim possession against a trespasser if that is a necessary remedy to vindicate and give effect to such rights of occupation as by contract with his licensor he enjoys. This is the same principle as allows a licensee who is in de facto possession to evict a trespasser. There is no respectable distinction, in law or logic, between the two situations. An estate owner may seek an order whether he is in possession or not.

  • Johnson v Moreton
    • House of Lords
    • 27 Julio 1978

    If any clause such as clause 27 was valid landlords might well insist upon a similar clause being introduced into every lease; and prospective tenants, having no money with which to buy the land they wanted to farm, would, in reality, have had little choice but to agree. Accordingly if clause 27 is enforceable the security of tenure which Parliament clearly intended to confer, and did confer upon tenant farmers for the public good would have become a dead letter.

  • Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council v Monk
    • House of Lords
    • 05 Diciembre 1991

    The action of giving notice to determine a periodic tenancy is in form positive; but both on authority and on the principle so aptly summed up in the pithy Scottish phrase "tacit relocation" the substance of the matter is that it is by his omission to give notice of termination that each party signifies the necessary positive assent to the extension of the term for a further period.

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Legislation
  • Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 2015
    ...... . . (b) in relation to a person serving two or more concurrent or consecutive sentences, the period determined under sections 263(2) and ... . . the defendant may, if the interests of justice so require, be convicted of both offences. . (3) A person ......
  • Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 2012
    ...... . . (b) the Director has made a wider public interest determination in relation to the individual and the inquest, and. . . ... (4) below, where at any time an offender is subject concurrently-. . (a) to a detention and training order, and. . . (b) to a period of ......
  • Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1977
    ......) negligence so far as it results in damage to goods or to. an interest in goods,. . . . d . ) subject to section 2, any other tort so far as ...making rules of court. S-9 . Concurrent actions. 9 Concurrent actions. . (1) This section applies where goods ......
  • Sale of Goods Act 1979
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1979
    ......of the contract of sale. S-28 . Payment and delivery are concurrent conditions. 28 Payment and delivery are concurrent conditions. . . ...in Scotland to recover interest on the price from the date of. tender of the goods, or from the date on ......
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Books & Journal Articles
  • Moral Behaviour in Organizations: The Contribution of Management Education and Development
    • Núm. 1-1, Abril 1990
    • British Journal of Management
    SUMMARY The concurrent growth of interest in management competencies and management development and in business ethics, exposes a need to bring these two fields together. The moral dimension to org...
    ...... School of Management, University of Hull SUMMARY The concurrent growth of interest in management competencies and management ......
  • North American Serials Interest Group (NASIG): 20th Annual Conference – Highlights
    • Núm. 22-8, Septiembre 2005
    • Library Hi Tech News
    • 19-23
    Purpose: To report on the 20th North American Serials Interest Group held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in May 2005. Design/methodology/approach: Provides a concise review of the conference, whose th...
  • Mobilizing mini-publics: The causal impact of deliberation on civic engagement using panel data
    • Núm. 40-4, Noviembre 2020
    • Politics
    Deliberative exercises may reinvigorate civic life by building citizens’ capacity to engage in other types of civic activities. This study examines members of a citizens’ panel (n = 56) who partici...
    ......We compared panellists’ civic engagement, political interest, and political  knowledge with those of the general population using a ... knowledge with those of the general population  using a concurrent random digit dialling survey ( n  = 405) collected in June 2015 – ......
  • Converting computer‐integrated manufacturing into an intelligent information system by combining CIM with concurrent engineering and knowledge management
    • Núm. 100-7, Octubre 2000
    • Industrial Management & Data Systems
    • 301-316
    Some industrial organizations using computer‐integrated manufacturing (CIM) for managing intelligent product and process data during a concurrent processing are facing acute implementation difficul...
    ......Also, with CIM, it is notpossible to solve problems relatedto decision and control eventhough there has been anincreasing interest in subjects likeartificial intelligence (AI),knowledge-based systems (KBS),expert systems, etc. In order toimprove the productivity gainthrough CIM, ......
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Law Firm Commentaries
  • Taking Security Over Publicly Traded Shares
    • Mondaq UK
    ...... it acquires (directly or indirectly) as a result of its security interest. However, an exercise of voting rights by the lender will trigger a ... information about not only its own interest but also any other concurrent interest of which he or she has knowledge. If an interested person fails ......
  • Taking security over publicly traded shares
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    Taking security over publicly traded shares can be a minefield for an unprepared lender. Lee Federman and Nik Colbridge discuss some key issues to consider.
    ...... it acquires (directly or indirectly) as a result of its security interest. However, an exercise of voting rights by the lender will trigger a ... information about not only its own interest but also any other concurrent interest of which he or she has knowledge. If an interested person fails ......
  • SL Claimants v Tesco: High Court clarifies the confidentiality of documents referred to in separate criminal proceedings
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    In SL Claimants v Tesco Plc,1 the High Court considered a number of issues relating to disclosure during the fourth case management conference in those proceedings. Of particular interest to practi...
    ......Of particular interest to practitioners and parties to litigation was the Court's findings ......
  • Concurrent Proceedings are not Inherently Unfair
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ...... be regarded as necessarily supporting a stay of a regulatory investigation or of disciplinary proceedings conducted in and for the public interest". In considering the issue as to whether there is an inherent unfairness in concurrent proceedings, the judge said there were essentially two ......
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