Where a tenant has purported to surrender his lease, but has not succeeded, and the tenant changes his situation, the landlord may be estopped from asserting that the lease continues.
Sir Raymond Evershed MR
 2 All ER 342,  KB 149
England and Wales
Cited – Binions v Evans CA 27-Jan-1972
The plaintiffs had bought a cottage subjecty to a tenancy to the defendant. They sought possession saying that she held under a tenancy at will. It was a renancy for her life but described as a tenancy at will. The judge had held that the other . .
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Landlord and Tenant, Estoppel
Updated: 01 May 2022; Ref: scu.245881