8 E.2 wast. 111: 1315

In waste where the waste was found of three oak-trees worth etc. and two hundred willow-trees the plaintiff asked for judgment in accordance with the verdict.
INGE, J. did not adjudge waste in such form that he recover the place wasted for the small amount and it is not properly to be accounted waste in respect of the willows in case they grow again.
Herle. Then adjudge her damages.
1NGE, J.. We can never adjudge one without the other and so you are to take nothing by your writ etc. neither damages nor the place wasted.


[1315] [Co. Litt:53a (l)]


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CitedDayani v London Borough of Bromley TCC 25-Nov-1999
LA Tenant liable for permissive waste
The local authority was tenant of properties which it sub-licensed to homeless persons for three years was liable for having allowed the properties to deteriorate. It was claimed that they were liable for permissive waste as tenants for a fixed . .
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Updated: 06 December 2022; Ref: scu.196924