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Patel and Another v Keles and Another: CA 12 Nov 2009

The landlord objected to the renewal of the lease, saying that he intended to occupy the premises for his own business. The court had found that he intended to sell the property. Held: The landlord’s appeal failed. Parliament has not laid down any rule as to how long the landlord must intend to occupy the … Continue reading Patel and Another v Keles and Another: CA 12 Nov 2009

Humber Oil Terminals Trustee Ltd v Associated British Ports: ChD 24 Feb 2011

The claimant sought to renew its leases of docking facilities from the landlord defendant. The defendant resisted saying it intended to operate its own business, and the claimant now alleged that the defendant was abusing its dominant position to demand excessive rents. The defendant sought to strike out that part of the claim. Held: The … Continue reading Humber Oil Terminals Trustee Ltd v Associated British Ports: ChD 24 Feb 2011

The Gulf Agencies Ltd v Ahmed: CA 3 Feb 2016

The appellant is the landlord of business premises. The tenant, the respondent to this appeal, brought proceedings under Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 for the grant of a new tenancy. The landlord resisted the application on the ground set out in section 30(1)(g), that he intended to occupy the premises for … Continue reading The Gulf Agencies Ltd v Ahmed: CA 3 Feb 2016