Spoor v Green

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Year1865
Date1865
CourtExchequer
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10 cases
  • Long v Southwark London Borough Council
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 27 March 2002
    ...had been granted. The water system was there when the tenant took his lease and he had to take the building as he found it. Similarly in Spoor v Green (1874) LR 9 Exch 99 the plaintiff bought land and built houses upon it. The houses were damaged by subsidence caused by underground mining w......
  • Bell v Peter Browne & Company
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 11 April 1990
    ...or the landlord to keep the property in repair is broken afresh every day the property is out of repair, as Baron Bramwell observed in Spoor v. Green (1874) L.R. 9 Ex. 99, 10We were much pressed with the decision of Oliver J., as he then was, in Midland Bank Trust Co. Ltd v. Hett, Stubbs &......
  • Capita (banstead 2011) Ltd (Formerly Known as Fps Group Ltd and Another v Rfib Group Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 21 December 2015
    ...or the landlord to keep the property in repair is broken afresh every day the property is out of repair, as Bramwell B. observed in Spoor v. Green (1874) L.R. 9 Ex. 99, 111." (Emphasis supplied.) To similar effect was Mustill LJ at page 512 F—513A where he recognised that a solicitor may in......
  • Delta Petroleum (Nevis) Ltd v Oojj'S Ltd and Hyliger
    • St Kitts & Nevis
    • Court of Appeal (Saint Kitts and Nevis)
    • 10 October 2016
    ...The water system was there when the tenant took his lease and he had to take the building as he found it. Similarly in Spoor v. Green [1874] L.R. 9 Exch 99 the plaintiff bought land and built houses upon it. The houses were damaged by subsidence caused by underground mining which had taken ......
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  • Public and private guarantees of title to registered land
    • Barbados
    • Caribbean Law Review No. 10-1, June 2000
    • 1 June 2000
    ...the particular instance of contributory negligence did not 80 Replacing Law of Property ACT 1925, Second Schedule. 81 Spoor v. Green (1874) L.R. 9 Exch. 99; Turnerv. Moon [1901] 2 Ch. 825. 82 Vane v. Lord Barnard (1705) Gilb. Ch. 6,26 E.R. 5; Nottidge v. Bering [1909] 2 Ch. 647 (affirmed [1......

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