||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 440 (Nov)
||William Geldart (instructed by Hallmark Atkinson Wynter) for the tenant.
||Neil Vickery (instructed by Belmont Hansford) for the landlord.
||28 November 2002
Landlord and tenant - Business premises - Termination - Landlord's notice - Counternotice by tenant - Validity - ss 25(5), 29(2).
The tenant's appeal against a decision of the county court dismissing his claim for a new tenancy pursuant to of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, was allowed on the ground that the court was of the view that on its true interpretation, s29(2) of the Act was satisfied in the instant case and the tenant was entitled to serve the second counternotice.
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