by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Photocopy of: Cambridge law journal, (1985), pp.351-354.
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The leading authority for leases is Street v Mountford , where the House of Lords laid down the test (intention of the parties) for distinguishing a lease, or tenancy, from a licence. The House of Lords held that where the arrangement in question was intended to create legal relations, and the occupier was granted a right to exclusive. Exclusive Possession The lease-licence distinction is itself based on a theoretical distinction between real property on the one hand and personal rights on the other. This grouping separates the grant of an estate or interest in land from the creation of other legal rights over land.'.File Size: KB. Introduction. a lease or tenancy is one of the two legal estates which can exist. Law of Property Act s only estates in land which are capable existing are: (a) an estate in fee simple absolute in possession, and. (b) a term of years absolute (lease). Q: I found out that my landlord has been renting to me without a rental license, as the city requires. We had agreed upon my moving out by Jan. 1, and I was out ahead of schedule.
landlord under a lease. A tenant’s right to possession and use is called a tenancy or leasehold. Lease (or Rental Agreement): The contract between the tenant and landlord, transferring possession and use of the rental property. (See Sample Residential Lease Agreement, page ) A lease can be written or oral, but a written lease provides the bestFile Size: 1MB. Both leases and licences can be created without a written document. However, the absence of such a document will make it difficult to determine whether the agreement is in fact a licence or a lease. 5. Generally, when looking at agreements the Court will look at the substance of the agreement and disregard any labels assigned to Size: 40KB. Licence: A licence is only a personal interest in land. It is a permission to use a land for some purpose. It is a permission to use a land for some purpose. Licences can be non-contractual, but many are the result of a contractual agreement, by which the licensor allows the licensee to use his land for some purpose in return for consideration. Leases | A guide to IFRS Deloitte refers to one or more of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (“DTTL”), a UK private company limited by guarantee, and its network of member firms, each of which is a legally separate and independent entity.