Golden Bread Co. v Hemmings: 1922

Where there was a contract for the sale of premises together with the goodwill of the business carried on from the premises, there was a duty on the vendor not to let the business lapse, and to inform the purchaser with reasonable promptitude of what he was doing.


[1922] 1 Ch 162

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CitedEnglewood Properties Limited v Patel and Another ChD 16-Feb-2005
The claimant was a property developer, which sought to sell a row of shops at auction. One lot was a Woolworths store, where the company owned both freehold and leasehold interests, with Woolworths occupying an underlease, which the claimant had . .
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Land, Contract

Updated: 13 May 2022; Ref: scu.223746