Humber Oil Terminals Trustee Ltd v Associated British Ports: ChD 27 Jun 2011

Pre-trial review of pending trial. The court ordered the hearing of a preliminary issue being: ‘the issue of whether the Defendant intends to occupy the holdings for the purposes, or partly for the purposes, of a business to be carried on by it therein, within the meaning of Section 30(1)(g) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, and if so when, and in what circumstances the Defendant so intends; but so that such issue shall not include any question as to the lawfulness of that intention as a matter of competition law’.
Morgan J
[2011] EWHC 1790 (Ch)
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
See AlsoHumber Oil Terminals Trustee Ltd v Associated British Ports ChD 24-Feb-2011
The claimant sought to renew its leases of docking facilities from the landlord defendant. The defendant resisted saying it intended to operate its own business, and the claimant now alleged that the defendant was abusing its dominant position to . .
See AlsoHumber Oil Terminals Trustee Ltd v Associated British Ports ChD 11-May-2011
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Cited by:
Issue SetHumber Oil Terminals Trustee Ltd v Associated British Ports ChD 29-Jul-2011
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See AlsoHumber Oil Terminals Trustee Ltd v Associated British Ports CA 27-Jan-2012
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See AlsoHumber Oil Terminals Trustee Ltd v Associated British Ports CA 10-May-2012
The tenant appealed against a finding that the landlord was entitled to resist renewal of its lease under the 1954 Act challenging the stated intention of the landlord to occupy the premises for its own business purposes. It said that the proposed . .

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