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Is an obligation to do something on land in a court order (ie build a wall) capable of being an estate contract between the parties eg two neighbours, one the claimant, one the defendant? The defendant is ordered by the court to build a wall between the two properties.

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Published on LexisPSL on 02/02/2018

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  • Is an obligation to do something on land in a court order (ie build a wall) capable of being an estate contract between the parties eg two neighbours, one the claimant, one the defendant? The defendant is ordered by the court to build a wall between the two properties.

Is an obligation to do something on land in a court order (ie build a wall) capable of being an estate contract between the parties eg two neighbours, one the claimant, one the defendant? The defendant is ordered by the court to build a wall between the two properties.

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