Enfranchisement: When is a country house a house?

Lucy Barber looks at a case relating to excluded tenancies under the Leasehold Enfranchisement Act 1967 ‘Parliament had not made a mistake in not referring instead to “house and premises” because interpreting “house” in either of the ways contended by the landlord and the tenant, both still resulted in odd situations arising There has been …
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Cases Referenced

  • Cave & anor v Horsell [1912] 3KB 533
  • Cobstone Investments Limited v Maxim [1985] 1 QB 140
  • Hertsmere Borough Council v Lovat [2011] EWCA Civ 1185