The House was asked whether an irritancy clause was unreasonable.
1975 SC (HL) 56
Applied – Cumbernauld and Kilsyth District Council v Dollar Land (Cumbernauld) Ltd HL 22-Jul-1993
A walkway had existed from the town centre to residential areas. When the land was acquired the defendant new owners sought to close the walkway. The authority asserted that a public right of way had been acquired.
Held: There was no need to . .
Cited – Dollar Land (Cumbernauld) Ltd v CIN Properties Ltd (Scotland) HL 16-Jul-1998
(Scotland) The appellants sought compensation under the law of unjustified enrichment for losses sustained as a result of the exercise against them of a conventional irritancy.
Held: Where a landlord recovered possession of land under lease by . .
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Landlord and Tenant
Updated: 26 July 2022; Ref: scu.234725