AVAILABLE AS A RECORDING ONLY, FOR UNLIMITED VIEWING, FROM 29TH JANUARY 2020
Whether looking at a lease where landlord’s consent is “not to be unreasonably withheld” or a restrictive covenant which requires a neighbour’s approval of plans before building, the Supreme Court’s decision in Sequent has implications. This session looks at:
- When “consent not to be unreasonably withheld” is implied – by statute or other wise;
- The general guidelines as to the meaning of ‘reasonableness’
- The difference between assignment and alterations – si there any, and if so what?
- How and when restrictive covenants may also be subject to ‘reasonableness’
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