Pemberton Leigh said: ‘With respect to the effect of possession merely, we take the law to be, that if there be a tenant in possession of land, a purchaser is bound by all the equities which the tenant could enforce against the vendor, and that the equity of the tenant extends not only to interests connected with his tenancy, as in Taylor v Stibbert (2 Ves. Jun. 437), but also to interests under collateral agreements, as in Daniels v Davison (16 Ves. 249; 17 id. 433) and Allen v Anthony (21 Mer. 282), the principle being the same in both classes of cases – namely, that the possession of the tenant is notice that he has some interest in the land, and that a purchaser having notice of that fact is bound, according to the ordinary rule, either to inquire what that interest is or to give effect to it, whatever it may be.’
 99 Moore PC18,  EngR 1060, (1853) 9 Moo PC 18, (1853) 14 ER 204
Adopted – Green v Rheinberg CA 1911
Cited – Hodgson v Marks CA 12-Mar-1971
The plaintiff had transferred her house to her lodger, expressing it to be for her love and affection for him. The judge at first instance had held that the true intention of the plaintiff had been that she would continue to live there as before and . .
Cited – Lloyds Bank plc v Rosset CA 13-May-1988
Claim by a wife that she has a beneficial interest in a house registered in the sole name of her husband and that her interest has priority over the rights of a bank under a legal charge executed without her knowledge. The case raises a point of . .
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Landlord and Tenant, Land, Landlord and Tenant
Updated: 27 January 2022; Ref: scu.242648