Speedwell Estates Ltd v Dalziel and others – Court of Appeal 31 July 2001Notices served by three tenants to acquire the freehold of their houses under the Leasehold Reform Act 1967 did not comply with the statutory requirements. The court held that the Mannai principle (minor defects in a break notice do not necessarily invalidate the notice if a reasonable recipient with knowledge of the relevant facts would not be misled) could not save statutory notices that omitted ...
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