Alford v Vickery: 18 Mar 1842

A notice given not by all the freeholders to a yearly tenant was valid despite the non-involvement of one of the freeholders.


(1842) Car and M 280, [1842] EngR 398, (1842) Car and M 280, (1842) 174 ER 507




England and Wales


AppliedDoe d Aslin v Summersett KBD 1830
Majority of Trustees May Exercise Power
The freehold in land which was let on a yearly tenancy was vested jointly in four executors of a will to whom the land had been jointly devised. Three only of the executors gave notice to the tenant to quit. The fourth objected.
Held: The . .

Cited by:

CitedHammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council v Monk HL 5-Dec-1991
One tenant of two joint tenants of a house left and was granted a new tenancy on condition that the existing one of the house, still occupied by her former partner, was determined. She gave a notice to quit as requested, the council claimed . .
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Landlord and Tenant

Updated: 01 May 2022; Ref: scu.272272