Pearson v Alyo: CA 1990

Effect of mistake in notice given under the Act.


Nourse LJ


[1990] 1 EGLR 114


Landlord and Tenant Act 1954


England and Wales


CitedMorrow v Nadeem 1981
In a notice served pursuant to s25 of the 1954 Act the landlord was described as the individual who was effectively the sole shareholder and director of landlord company, rather than the landlord company itself.
Held: The landlord’s notice was . .

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CitedLay and others v Ackerman and Another CA 4-Mar-2004
Notices had been served by tenants under the Acts. The properties were on a large estate where the freeholds had been divided and assigned to different bodies, and there were inconsistencies in identifying the landlords. The landlords served a . .
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Landlord and Tenant

Updated: 06 May 2022; Ref: scu.214629