Hill v Barclay: ChD 2 Mar 1810

The Plaintiff was tenant for years under the Defendant; with covenants to lay out pounds 150, within a given time: to keep the premises in repair; to leave them in repair at the end of the term; that it should be lawful for the Defendant twice in the year to enter, and survey the premises; and to require the necessary repairs to be done within three calendar months; and a right of entry was reserved upon breach of any of the covenants.
An Ejectment being brought by the landlord, assigning various breaches of the covenant to repair, a motion was made for an Injunction.

Lord Eldon LC
[1810] EWHC Ch J30
England and Wales

Landlord and Tenant

Updated: 27 January 2022; Ref: scu.241580