Real Estate in UK Law

  • Oxfordshire County Council v Oxford City Council
    • House of Lords
    • 24 May 2006
    ... ... Accordingly, the city council have a real and immediate interest in having the question resolved and there is an ... interest in the land in question being developed as an industrial estate. The council took the view, very understandably, that this interest made ... ...
  • Nickerson v Barraclough
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 15 December 1980
    ... ... There appears from the plan of the whole of the building estate to have been a total of seven proposed roads intersecting the estate ... 28 I return to the real problem which, at the end of the day, strikes me as being a relatively ... ...
  • Applegate v Moss
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 11 December 1970
    ... ... the position may have been with regard to the concrete raft, the real damage here was caused by the rest of the defective work, rather than by ... ...
  • Tredegar (Viscount) v Harwood
    • House of Lords
    • 25 July 1928
    ... ... ], I should have thought that the construction did not present any real difficulty." ... 2 My Lords, I regret that ... It has not been utilized. The covenant chosen as the estate covenant, is an equally well known alternative style, to some extent it ... ...
  • Bannerman Town, Millars and John Millars Eleuthera Association v Eleuthera Properties Ltd
    • Privy Council
    • 15 October 2018
    ... ... 7 In the early 19th century the Property formed part of an estate owned by one Robert Millar. In 1830 he is recorded as owning 130 slaves, ... the court, appears to have the best title, by any apprehension of a real risk that there may be one or more others, unknown to the court, whose ... ...
  • Methuen-Campbell v Walters
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 21 June 1978
    ... ... As such, he is the estate owner of the demised premises and his title is admitted ... 3 The ... be left in the hands of the respective landlords as property of no real use or value to them, although the various tenants, if they could have ... ...
  • Williams v Greatrex
    • Court of Appeal
    • 29 October 1956
    ... ... – he had made that sewer for the purpose of developing the whole estate – but, in addition, on plots 3 and 4 he put in foundations of a house; ... 385 ), when dealing with a contract for the sale and purchase of real estate. He pointed out that at law the time fixed by the parties for ... ...
  • Fraser and Another v Canterbury Diocesan Board of Finance
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 24 November 2000
    ... ... 5 Reform of the law of real property also played its part in enabling and encouraging more landowners ... thereupon immediately revert to and become a portion of the said estate held in fee simple or otherwise, or of any manor or land as aforesaid, as ... ...
  • Crest Nicholson Residential (South) Ltd v McAllister
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 01 April 2004
    ... ... the conveyances to those purchasers as trustees to convey the legal estate. Those conveyances imposed restrictive covenants on the land conveyed ... of express words of annexation" – see Megarry and Wade, The Law of Real Property (6th Edition, 2000) at paragraph 16–062, citing His Honour ... ...
  • Scott v Martin
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 04 March 1987
    ... ... the following terms: "the layout and construction of an estate road and the erection of five dwellings at Church Lane, Alwalton, for H ... the face of it, to be a conveyance of a piece of land, of something real, of part of the surface of the earth and that which underlies it. It is, ... ...
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