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Notting Hill Housing Trust v Brackley and Another: CA 24 Apr 2001

One of two joint tenants was able to give a notice to quit a joint periodic tenancy, without first referring to the co-tenant. If this was inappropriate, then it was for Parliament to change the law. Such a notice was not the exercise of a ‘function’ relating to the land within the Act, and accordingly … Continue reading Notting Hill Housing Trust v Brackley and Another: CA 24 Apr 2001

W v M (TOLATA Proceedings: Anonymity): FD 25 Jun 2012

Proceedings in the Family Division were anonymised after the proceedings had been compromised, even though an earlier application for anonymity had been refused. Judges: Mostyn J Citations: [2012] EWHC 1679 (Fam) Links: Bailii Statutes: Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 14 Jurisdiction: England and Wales Cited by: Cited – XXX v Camden … Continue reading W v M (TOLATA Proceedings: Anonymity): FD 25 Jun 2012

Serious Organised Crime Agency v Szepietowski and Others: ChD 15 Oct 2010

The court was asked whether, as second mortgagee on the defendant’s properties, the claimant agency had the equitable power of marshalling of prior charges. The first chargee had charges over two properties, and sold the first, satisfying it debt, but leaving the Agency with no effective return. The bank’s same debts had also been secured … Continue reading Serious Organised Crime Agency v Szepietowski and Others: ChD 15 Oct 2010

Jones v Kernott: ChD 10 Jul 2009

The couple were unmarried but had bought a property in joint names. Ms Jones had contributed the overwhelming share of the purchase price, and had paid all outgoings after Mr Kernott left several years ago. The County court judge had awarded J 90%, . .

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