It is always a bit disturbing when what you were told was the law in law school is turned upside down, but that is what the Supreme Court is for. We will look at what the Supreme Court said in Franses (S FRANSES LTD v CAVENDISH HOTEL (LONDON) LTD (2018)  AC 249 and its implications. We will also go into the issues raised by the Court of Appeal in 89 Holland Park Management Ltd v Hicks  EWCA Civ 758 – lessees and the freeholder successors in title of the vendor’s land able to enforce a restrictive covenant under s78 of the LPA 1925 and whether aesthetic or environmental grounds are relevant considerations to granting or refusing consent under a covenant.
Simon Edwards and Damian Falkowski of 39 Essex Chambers will present this live webinar.
What this live webinar will cover:
89 Holland Park v Hicks
Section 30(1)(f) and (g) Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 post Franses
This live webinar will last approximately 45 minutes. It will be supported by a PowerPoint presentation. There will be Q&As through the Zoom webinar platform. A recording of the webinar will be available soon after recording.
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions through the Zoom Q&A platform. A recording of the webinar will be available soon after recording.
Simon Edwards and Damian Falkowski’s presentation, to view click here
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Tuesday 14th July @ 10.30am
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