Moses v Lovegrove

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1952
Year1952
CourtCourt of Appeal
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  • Roslyn Burton Appellant v Bertillia Christopher Respondent [ECSC]
    • Dominica
    • Court of Appeal (Dominica)
    • 16 March 2001
    ...that she had the intention to possess the land to the exclusion of all other persons. (Mr. Davidson Riviere included). 6 The case ofMoses v Lovegrove 1952 1AER page 1277 was considered. It is our view that the facts of that case do not deal with matters related to the facts of this present ......
  • Long v Tower Hamlets London Borough Council
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 20 March 1996
    ...and "operate as a lease" or "create an estate": see Doe d Landsell v GowerENR ((1851) 17 QB 589, 599, 600) and Moses v LovegroveELR ([1952] 2 QB 533, 536, 543). The next question was whether the tenancy document, given that it was clearly not by deed, succeeded in operating in accordance wi......
  • Hayward v Chaloner
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 22 June 1967
    ...had remained in actual possess on for twelve years from 1942 onwards, paying no rent, he would have acquired a squatter's title, see Moses v. Lovegrove, 1952, 2 Q. B., p. 531. But he did not remain in possession for twelve years. He was only there for four years. Then a gap of three months.......
  • Jessamine Investment Company v Schwartz
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 13 May 1976
    ...to me to be quite irreconcilable not only with the terms of section 9 but with the reasoning of the Court of Appeal in the" case of Moses v. Lovegrove (1952) 2 Queen's Bench 533. Lord Evershed, at page 542, said this: "Possession, as I have said, for the purposes of this Limitation Act, 193......
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