Watson v Goldsborough: CA 1986

The representative of an angling club sent the owner of the land a draft lease. The owner agreed that the club could have a lease, and in reliance on that assurance the club improved the land.
Held: An equity had been established and that it should be satisfied by the grant of a lease on the terms of the draft.


[1986] 1 EGLR 265


England and Wales

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CitedParker v Parker ChD 24-Jul-2003
Lord Macclesfield claimed a right to occupy a castle. The owners claimed that he had only a mere tenancy at will. The exact rooms in the castle which had been occupied had varied over time.
Held: The applicant was entitled to reasonable . .
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Estoppel, Landlord and Tenant

Updated: 08 April 2022; Ref: scu.187549