Greenwich LBC v Discreet Selling Estates Ltd: CA 1990

In the case of a continuing breach of covenant in a lease, anomalous acts of a landlord waiving a right of forfeiture may leave in force a section 146 notice served prior to the waiver in respect of breaches occurring after the acts of waiver


[1990] 2 EGLR 65


Landlord of Prooerty Act 1925 146


England and Wales

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CitedFirst Penthouse Limited/Channel Hotels and Properties (UK) Limited v Channel Hotels and Properties (UK) Limited/Fahad Al Tamimi First Penthouse Limited Varlet International Limited Ruth Gary Orbach Quallvile Limited Norval Holdings Limited ChD 14-Nov-2003
Several transactions had taken place with regard to a lease of a roof void, which was to be developed for penthouses. The lease had been charged to secure funding. The development did not proceed to schedule, and a s146 notice was served. It was . .
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Updated: 21 July 2022; Ref: scu.187988