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Exam Notes Specifically For Topics Of Leases, Easements & Restrictive Covenants

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Exam Notes Specifically For Topics Of Leases, Easements & Restrictive Covenants

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Law Real property law Property law Common law Real estate Land tenure English property law Easement Servient estate Dominant estate Covenant Easements in English law
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Law Real property law Property law Common law Real estate Land tenure English property law Easement Servient estate Dominant estate Covenant Easements in English law
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Almost always, a lease gives the tenant an interest in land - a proprietary interest. This conventionally distinguishes a lease from a license. A license in contrast is not an interest in land but a contractual obligation. The interest retained by the lessor (landlord) is called the reversion as it will revert back to the landlord once the fixed term has finished. A Lease is created by: 1. SUBSTANTIVE REQUIREMENTS: Certainty of Duration: For a lease to be valid the maximum duration of the lease must be certain. This means that both the commencement date and the maximum duration of the term must be, or capable of being, rendered certain at the time the lease takes effect. CASE: Lace v Chantler [1944]: A lease was se...
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