Publications: November 2013

 

Lanfear v Chandler

The Message “T” marks on a plan are not necessarily indicative of boundary ownership. The Case Lanfear v Chandler [20 November 2013] concerned how to resolve disparities between documentation and the position on the ground in relation to ownership of a boundary feature. 
This involved an analysis of the purpose of “T” marks commonly encountered […]

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Lloyd v Browning



The Message Ensure important representations are confirmed in writing. 

The Case Lloyd v Browning [4 November 2013] concerned the effectiveness of a widely used contractual provision to exclude liability on the seller’s part for misrepresentations. The Brownings were farmers who decided to sell their property and, to enhance the sale, sought a planning permission to […]

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