Dwelling House in UK Law

  • THRASHING IN THE DWELLINGHOUSE: Dwelling on the Threshold: Criticial Essays on Modern Legal Thought. By Allan C. Hutchinson
    • No. 52-2, March 1989
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Antonelli v Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1998) 1 All ER
    • No. 7-1, March 1999
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 73-74
    Mr Samuel Antonelli, the appellant, was a property agent, who accepted that he was conducting an estate agent's business in the UK until 1985. Earlier in his life he had worked in the realty busine...
    ... ... in 1973 of the crime of burning real estate other than a dwelling house between 1st and 8th December, 1971, an offence contrary to Ch. 750, ... ...
  • The Promotion Exams
    • No. 36-11, November 1963
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    • 0000
    The eleventh of a series of articles of interest to examination candidates and all concerned with training.
    ... ... he can enter, he will be guiltyofburglary should he return to the house on another night and enterin order to complete the crime: R. v. Smith ... Kenny, para. 215).Dwelling-houseA dwelling-house is a " permanent building in which the tenantor ... ...
  • The Promotion Exams
    • No. 36-10, October 1963
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    • 0000
    The tenth of a series of articles of interest to examination candidates and all concerned with training.
    ... ... interference (or a gas leak, etc.).He is permitted to enter the house and whilst inside, steals whateveris available: R. v. Boyle [1954] 2 All ... 25(I)Yes In Yes Dwelling-house of another Night To commit any Nofelony therein----4Burglary s. 25 ... ...
  • A Correction
    • No. 36-11, November 1963
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    • 0000
    A small correction should be made in the table on page 465 of the September article (No. IX) in this series, to item 2 of “Offensive weapons” and item 2 of “Found on premises”. ...
    ... ... consent of the accused, only ifthe place broken into is neither a dwelling-house nor a buildingwithin the curtilage of or occupied with a ... ...
  • Death the Leveller – Happy and Unhappy Family Succession
    • No. , January 2020
    • Edinburgh Law Review
    • 143-147
    ... ... (a)a relevant interest in a dwelling house up to a value of £473,000 (or that sum of money if the value of the ... ...
  • Development Control
    • Part VI. Elements of planning law
    • Restrictions on the Use of Land
    • William Webster/Robert Weatherley
    • 381-396
    ... ... ) v Environment Agency (No 2) [2006] EWCA Civ 877 (affirmed by the House of Lords in [2008] UKHL 22) ... constitute development. 11 It should, ... : (a) works of enlargement, improvement or other alteration of a dwelling-house (subject to certain limitations); 12 (b) for other specified ... ...
  • Burglary and Housebreaking
    • No. 6-2, April 1933
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    • 0000
    ... ... six o'clock the following morning, breaks and enters theDWELLING-HOUSE of another with intent to commit any felonytherein;or who breaks out of ... offence is committed by every person who breaksand enters any dwelling-house or any building within thecurtilage thereof and occupied therewith, ... ...
  • Meaning of Domestic Burglary: When is an Outbuilding a Dwelling
    • No. 72-1, February 2008
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    • 0000
    ... ... Therefore, it can only be assumed that Parliament’s intention was toascribe to that word its common everyday meaning of a house or placeof residence. If the foregoing is correct, it is submitted that burglariesof outbuildings like garages and sheds would rarely ever ... ...
  • Meaning and Construction of Certain Restrictive Covenants which Impact on the Development and Commercial Use of Land
    • Part IV. Restrictive covenants (freehold land)
    • Restrictions on the Use of Land
    • William Webster/Robert Weatherley
    • 275-293
    ... ... In another case, where consent to the erection of a dwelling-house and to any later structural alterations to a permitted ... ...
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