Hill v Booth: CA 1930

Despite its entanglement with a right of entry intended to procure its payment, a separate personal obligation to pay instalments of the sum agreed as the premium for a lease remained merely a personal obligation and that a call for the payment by instalments was not a claim or demand in, to, or on the property conveyed within Section 63.

Scrutton LJ, Greer LJ
[1930] 1 KB 381
Law of Property Act 1925 63
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedHarbour Estates Limited v HSBC Bank Plc ChD 15-Jul-2004
The lease contained a break clause. The parties disputed whether the benefit of the clause was personal to the orginal lessee, or whether it touched and concerned the land, and therefore the benefit of it passed with the land.
Held: The . .

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Updated: 16 November 2021; Ref: scu.263191