Bradshaw v Baldwin-Wiseman: 1985

When a landlord seeking possession of property subject to a statutory tenancy had failed to give the required written notice, the court could look to all the circumstances to decide whether that failure was to be forgiven and possession ordered.
[1985] 17 HLR 260
England and Wales
Citing:
Minority preferredFernandes v Pavardin CA 1982
The landlord sought possession of a property subject to a protected tenancy, but had failed to give the required statutory written notice.
Held: There had been no misunderstanding and no inequity arose from his failure. The written notice was . .

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Updated: 08 March 2021; Ref: scu.260335