Real Estate in UK Law
- Inwards v Baker
Buckinghamshire County Council v Moran
...... the land comprised in the vendor's paper title, but also "all such estate, right, title and interest that the vendor's may have in or about the ...Negotiations have to begin somewhere. The question really is whether this letter contemplated any kind of negotiation at all. It did ......
Wallis's Cayton Bay Holiday Camp Ltd v Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd
......He said in his evidence, Not trying to take over land, not really exercising rights I thought I had as tenant of these promises. I did ... . 66 Finally, in West Bank Estates Ltd. v. Arthur (1967) A.C. 665 , another land development case, in giving ......
Ramnarace v Lutchman
...... as tenant at will in July 1974; that by virtue of section 8 of the Real Property Limitation Ordinance 1940 ("the Ordinance") the tenancy ......
- Lever Finance Ltd v Westminister (City) London Borough Council
Tredegar (Viscount) v Harwood
......], I should have thought that the construction did not present any real difficulty." . 2 My Lords, I regret that that ...It has not been utilized. The covenant chosen as the estate covenant, is an equally well known alternative style, to some extent it ......
Applegate v Moss
...... 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 ......
Geoffrey Cobham v Joseph Frett (as personal representative of Thomas Frett, deceased)
....... . 8 In 1984 Mr. Cobham instructed a local estate agent, Ms. Pamela Romney, to sell the land. Over the period between 1984 ......
Williams v Greatrex
...... – 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; ... contract or with knowledge of such facts that he ought to have realised there was such a contract. Mr. D.B. Williams certainly case into that ......
Oxfordshire County Council v Oxford City Council
...... although many exquisite greens and small village commons do exist, reality all too frequently falls short of imagination. 'Too often, however,' it ... interest in the land in question being developed as an industrial estate. The council took the view, very understandably, that this interest made ......
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