Interest in Property in UK Law
Ladd v Marshall
......One of the people who became interested in this property was Mr James William Ladd. He went to see it. He ......
Pettitt v Pettitt
...... it is hereby Declared , That the Respondent has no beneficial interest in the proceeds of the sale of Tinkers Cottage, Collington Lane East, ... by virtue of the provisions of section 17 of the Married Women's Property Act 1882. That is a long and complicated section: the relevant part is as ......
Stack v Dowden
...... privilege of reading in draft indicates, this case is about the property rights of a cohabiting couple in a house which they occupied together as ...They have an obvious interest in the determination of their respective property rights in such a ......
Kay v Lambeth City Council; Leeds City Council v Price
...... continued in occupation with no right to do so under the domestic property law of England and Wales. . . 3 In July 2000 Mr Gorman ... with the law and is necessary in a democratic society in the interests of national security, public safety or the economic well-being of the ......
Hunter v Canary Wharf Ltd
...... actionable nuisance, and (2) whether it is necessary to have an interest in property to claim in private nuisance and, if so, what interest in ......
Oxley v Hiscock
......, the claimant in the proceedings, were equally beneficially interested in a property known as 35 Dickens Close, Hartley, Kent, and that Mrs Oxley ......
Yeoman's Row Management Ltd and another v Cobbe
...... permission, a formal written agreement for the sale of the property, incorporating the core financial terms that had already been agreed and ... to be estopped from denying that B had acquired a proprietary interest in the property and a court of equity should grant B the relief necessary ......
- Odelola v Secretary of State for the Home Department
Yorke (M.v) Motors v Edwards
......Mr. Edwards had no title to the car; it was the property of a finance company who claimed it back from Mr. Yorke's customer, to ... at the close of the Victorian age before inflation and high interest rates had made delay in payment of debts of such great benefit to the ......
Ayerst v C. & K. (Construction) Ltd
...... in 1954 as a term of legal art as descriptive of the proprietary interest in its assets of a company incorporated under the Companies Act 1948 at ... a winding up order: (1) The custody and control of all the property and choses in action of the company are transferred from those persons who ......
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