Lansdowne Tutors Ltd v Younger: CA 27 Jan 2000

Companies with shareholdings owned by the same individual granted one to the other an agreement which was deemed to be a protected interest as a lease of the premises. Eventually the landlord company served a notice to quit on the tenant company which appeared to have been accepted. Nevertheless later the tenant company resisted possession being given. It was held that common ownership did not destroy the effect of the various acts which included acts unequivocally consistent with a surrender.


Gazette 27-Jan-2000


England and Wales

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See AlsoYounger v Lansdowne Tutors Ltd CA 28-Feb-2007
Renewed application for leave to appeal. . .
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Landlord and Tenant

Updated: 10 May 2022; Ref: scu.82951