Landlord and Tenant in UK Law
- Ladd v Marshall
M'Alister or Donoghue (Pauper) v Stevenson
...... of the one side or the other whether manufacturer salesman or landlord, customer, tenant, stranger and so on. In this way it can be ascertained ......
Mannai Investment Company Ltd v Eagle Star Life Assurance Company Ltd
...... appeal is concerned with the question whether a notice given by a tenant pursuant to a break clause in a lease was an effective notice. In fact, ...The respondent company was the landlord, and the appellant company was the tenant. The relevant clause was clause ......
JA Pye (Oxford) Ltd v United Kingdom (44302/02)
...... the agreement with a proportional refund of the licence fee to the tenant but without any other form of compensation." . ......
Arnold v Britton and Others
...... by the respondent, the current owner of the Leisure Park and the landlord under the leases, to be subject to leases containing a service charge ...The appellants, the current tenants under 24 of the 25 leases, primarily contend that the respondent's ......
Ghaidan v Godin-Mendoza
...... 1 On the death of a protected tenant of a dwelling-house his or her surviving spouse, if then living in the ...After the death of Mr Wallwyn-James the landlord, Mr Ahmad Ghaidan, brought proceedings in the West London County Court ......
Allied Maples Group Ltd v Simmons & Simmons
......This species of liability is referred to as "first tenant liability". The problem arose in this way. The original intention of the ... him to the risk that there might be contingent liabilities to the landlord, of which no-one knew, resulting from leases assigned by Kingsbury as ......
Liverpool City Council v Irwin
...... concerns the obligations of local authority, and indeed other, landlords as regards high-rise or multistorey dwellings towards the tenants of these ......
Arnold v National Westminster Bank Plc
...... . 2 The appellants are landlords of premises in Fetter Lane let to the respondents, a firm of chartered ... at the relevant review date in the open market by a landlord to a tenant without a premium with vacant possession and subject to the provisions of ......
Ridehalgh v Horsefield; Watson v Watson (Wasted Costs Orders)
...... 105 Mr Ridehalgh ("the landlord") owned a house in Blackpool. In the middle of July 1985 he let it for 12 months to Mr Horsefield and Miss Isherwood ("the tenants"). When the 12 months came to an end the landlord re-let the house to the ......
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