Yaxley v McGlave: CA 29 Oct 2001

The tenant of a flat sought leave to appeal a possession order. He claimed a tenancy having over the years done much work on the rest of the house in return for which he had at first been allowed to live there rent free, but latterly to ocupy these rooms for andpound;160.00 a week.
Held: The appellant had no reasonable prospects of overturning the facts found by the judge. Leave refused.


Rix LJ


[2001] EWCA Civ 1694




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Landlord and Tenant

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