Graysim Holdings Ltd v P and O Property Holdings Ltd: CA 2 Mar 1994

‘Occupation’ by a tenant does not require physical occupation by him for him to have the right to renew the lease under the Act. A market operator letting all the stalls in a market area was a protected tenant.
Lord Nicholls
Gazette 13-Apr-1994, Times 02-Mar-1994
Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 23(1) Part II
England and Wales
Citing:
Reversed on appealGraysim Holdings Ltd v P and O Property Holdings Ltd HL 24-Nov-1995
A market hall had been let to a tenant under a lease. The tenant fitted out the entire hall with stalls and entered into agreements with the stallholders, by which they paid the tenant a rent and service charge for services provided by the tenant. . .

Cited by:
Appeal fromGraysim Holdings Ltd v P and O Property Holdings Ltd HL 24-Nov-1995
A market hall had been let to a tenant under a lease. The tenant fitted out the entire hall with stalls and entered into agreements with the stallholders, by which they paid the tenant a rent and service charge for services provided by the tenant. . .

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Updated: 09 April 2021; Ref: scu.80998