Hillman and Hillman v Rogers and Rogers: CA 30 Apr 1998

A court order can properly be recalled to correct an error before it had been perfected. This appeal was rejected also as attempt to re-litigate the interpretation of a section in the appeal judgement.
Gazette 07-May-1998, [1998] EWCA Civ 746
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Law of Property Act 1925 62
England and Wales
Citing:
See AlsoHillman and Hillman v Rogers and Rogers CA 19-Dec-1997
The parties disputed rights of way. The court considered the use of extrinsic evidence to construe the conveyance at issue. Robert Walker LJ: ‘It is to my mind clearly a case in which the court needs all the help it can get, and is entitled to make . .
CitedScarfe v Adams CA 1981
Transfer deeds for a sale of land did not define the boundary but referred to a plan which was held to be too small to show a precise boundary. The only other element of the parcels clause was that it was land adjoining Pyle Manor and that it was . .

Cited by:
See AlsoHillman and Hillman v Rogers and Rogers CA 19-Dec-1997
The parties disputed rights of way. The court considered the use of extrinsic evidence to construe the conveyance at issue. Robert Walker LJ: ‘It is to my mind clearly a case in which the court needs all the help it can get, and is entitled to make . .

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