Publications: March 2014

 

H.Waites Limited v Hambledon Court Limited & Others

The Message Tenants may have greater rights than they think. The Case Tenants sought to thwart a redevelopment above their garages by claiming they owned the relevant air space. Hambeldon Court in Ealing in West London was built in the 1960s. The development comprised 12 flats with 12 garages in 2 separate blocks at the […]

11th Mar 2014 Recent Property Cases Read more

Emmett v Sisson

Respecting Rights Convenience and not necessity is the test as to whether interference with a right is actionable. The Case: Emmett v Sisson [3 February 2014] concerned proceedings brought to prevent the alleged interference with a right of way that would be caused by the construction of a wall. Of interest was the analysis of […]

2nd Mar 2014 Recent Property Cases Read more