Timeshare owners of Elham House in Canterbury will celebrate a recent High Court decision confirming that you can grant a binding property right (easement) to use facilities such as a golf course, swimming pool or tennis court. Until this decision, it was unclear whether use of leisure facilities could exist as an easement as stringent Read More
In Re Fivestar Properties Ltd, the High Court has decided that a dissolved company which is subsequently restored to the register could have its freehold property re-vested in it, even though the property had passed to the Crown bona vacantia and the Crown had subsequently disclaimed it.
Fivestar, a property development company, entered into Read More
In Spielplatz Ltd v Pearson and another  the Court of Appeal had to decide whether a chalet was a chattel (movable possession) or had become part of the land on which it was situated. The Court decided it was part of the land.
In 1992, the freehold owner of a naturist resort granted an Read More