Good covenants make good neighbours – objecting to landlord consent for another flat’s alterations

house construction

Jennifer Meech considers a difficult Supreme Court decision where a landlord had granted one tenant a licence to carry out works, contrary to an absolute covenant, and a neighbouring tenant objected.



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