Publications: November 2009


Thompson v Bee

The Message Disputes as to the extent of the use of a right of way are commonplace between neighbours due to unclear drafting. The Case Plans for a residential development on agricultural land depended on whether a right of way to the land could be used for this purpose Mr and Mrs Bee own Pear […]

20th Nov 2009 Recent Property Cases Read more

Patel v Keles

The Message A landlord may struggle to successfully object to his tenant’s statutory lease renewal based on his intention to occupy where he is likely to sell the premises. The Case Patel v Keles concerned the important issue of the basis on which landlords can oppose a business tenant’s application under the Landlord and Tenant […]

12th Nov 2009 Recent Property Cases Read more

New v Gromore Limited & Mindcross Limited

The Message Developers have to respect tenant’s rights and possessions. The Case The High Court has had to decide who, if anyone, is liable for the destruction of an internationally-acclaimed sculptor’s life’s work which was stored in a demolished lock-up garage Terry New is a renowned sculptor and head of Fine Art at the Royal […]

6th Nov 2009 Recent Property Cases Read more