||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 134 (Jul)
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Chadwick and Hale LJJ
||Robert Denman (instructed by Joseph Aaron & Co, Ilford) for the claimant
||Timothy Fancourt (instructed by Collyer Bristow) for the first defendant.
||Justin Althaus (instructed by Armstrong & Co) for the second and third defendants.
||11 July 2001
Landlord and tenant - Relief against forfeiture - Terms upon which relief from forfeiture being granted.
Following the claimant's successful appeal against the refusal of relief from forfeiture, the terms upon which the relief from forfeiture would be granted included that the claimant pay a sum in respect of rent, after taking account of the benefit enjoyed by the defendants arising from their actual occupation of the premises, and that the claimant pay costs in respect of a short and unopposed application to the county court for relief from forfeiture.
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