Tag Archives: reasonably so called

Is an unlawfully converted commercial premises a house?

They are still at it in the higher courts arguing about whether a variety of different types premises could qualify as a house reasonably so called under the Leasehold Reform Act 1967, so as to allow the tenant to forcibly … Continue reading

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Magnohard Ltd v Cadogan decides a block of flats is not a house

Previous authorities on the question of what is a house reasonably so called prompted a number of readers of my blog to get in touch to discuss whether the buildings in which they occupied could be described as “houses” in … Continue reading

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Lexgorge Limited v Howard de Walden Estates Limited to be revisted in 2012

I’m not great at making predictions at the beginning of each year but one thing I do know is that the infamous case of Lexgorge Limited v Howard de Walden Estates Limited is due to be heard by the Supreme … Continue reading

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