Mint v Good

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal
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22 cases
  • Sleafer v Lambeth Borough Council, C.A.
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 2 July 1959
    ...been made the subject of an express term. 24 Mr. Beney relied strongly on something said by Lord Somervell in this Court in the case of Mint V. Good, 1951, 1 King's Bench, page 517. The question which there arose was in reference to liability for a nuisance on premises to a passer - by on t......
  • McAuley v Bristol City Council
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 25 June 1991
    ...Further, it was argued that an implied right to enter and to do repairs to the garden, including the step, should be implied at law: see Mint v. Good [1951] 1 K.B. 517. The council, in the circumstances of this case, should be held to have had the implied right to do any repairs which they ......
  • Brew Brothers Ltd v Snax (Ross) Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 22 July 1969 the less dogmatic views expressed in other textbooks cited to the Court. Mr. Drake, on the other hand, referred to ( Mint v. Good 1951 1 King's Bench 517) and the cases there cited: he then submitted that even if the older authorities supported Mr. Blundells submission (which he conteste......
  • Lee v Leeds City Council; Ratcliffe and Others v Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 21 January 2002
    ...order to carry out those works. Both questions should be answered in the negative. 74 The appellants rely on observations in this Court in Mint v Good [1951] 1 KB 517. The issue in that case was whether a landlord who had not reserved expressly the right to enter the demised premises and do......
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