Tenancy in UK Law
Mannai Investment Company Ltd v Eagle Star Life Assurance Company Ltd
......729 , 730, that: "Although no particular form need be followed, there must be plain, unambiguous words claiming to determine the existing tenancy at a certain time." Atkin L.J. continued: "The date of determination must be the right date." . . 15 The principle is therefore clear. The ......
Good Harvest Partnership LLP v Centaur Services Ltd
...... 11 As its long title indicates, the Covenants Act makes provision “for persons bound by covenants of a tenancy to be released from such covenants on the assignment of the tenancy”. Among other things, the Covenants Act serves to curtail the extent to which ......
Liverpool City Council v Irwin
......He found that these had existed or been repeated with considerable frequency throughout the tenancy, had gone from bad to worse, and that while some defects in the common parts could be attributed to vandalism, not all could be so attributed. No ......
- Marks and Spencer Plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company (Jersey) Ltd
- Sir J. W. Ramsden, Bart. et Al v Dyson et Al
Kay v Lambeth City Council; Leeds City Council v Price
......After some six years she left, with their daughter, and she gave notice to quit, which brought the tenancy to an end. He applied to the local authority for the grant of a tenancy to him alone, but this was refused. The authority issued proceedings for ......
Yeoman's Row Management Ltd and another v Cobbe
......In 1874, in breach of covenant, he sub-let one acre on an annual tenancy to Willmott (who owned a sawmill on adjoining land) and gave him an option to acquire the whole of the three acres. Willmott spent money in levelling ......
Wandsworth London Borough Council v Winder
...... before 6 April 1981, the respondent was, and had been for some time, the tenant of a flat at Tangley Grove in Wandsworth on a weekly tenancy at a weekly rent of £12.06. He had a secure tenancy in the sense of section 28 of the Housing Act 1980. The landlords were the London Borough of ......
Kammins Ballrooms Company Ltd v Zenith Investments (Torquay) Ltd
......Section 26 permits a tenant of business premises to make a request in the prescribed form for a new tenancy commencing not less than six months after the making of the request. On 2nd August the Appellants duly made a request for a new tenancy to begin on ......
Jones v Wrotham Park Settled Estates
...... to realise on the following assumptions:— ( a ) on the assumption that the vendor was selling for an estate in fee simple, subject to the tenancy but on the assumption that this Part of this Act conferred no right to acquire the freehold, and if the tenancy has not been extended under this Part ......
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