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Mistakes happen but High Court decision eases rectification

The case of Isaaks v Charlton Homes Ltd concerned a lease which incorrectly recorded the demise as a “third floor flat”. In fact, the property was a second floor flat. Surprisingly, this was only discovered several years after grant when the tenant’s lender sought to enforce the security it had and realised that the property

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Stand and Deliver – Actual sale of freehold required for landlord to operate break clause linked to overage payment

HFI Farnborough LLP and others v Park Garage Group plc [2012] EWHC 3577 (Ch) HFI was the landlord of four petrol stations and Park was the tenant.  The leases contained a break clause permitting the landlord to terminate on three months’ notice. However, in each case there was a separate overage agreement which placed restrictions