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Breach of quiet enjoyment covenant: waiver of rent relevant to reasonableness (Jafari v Tareem Ltd)

Breach of quiet enjoyment covenant: waiver of rent relevant to reasonableness (Jafari v Tareem Ltd)
Published on: 27 November 2019
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Breach of quiet enjoyment covenant: waiver of rent relevant to reasonableness (Jafari v Tareem Ltd)
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Article summary

Property Disputes analysis: Gary Blaker QC, of Selborne Chambers, examines a High Court decision that, when considering the appellant tenant's damages claim for breach of a covenant for quiet enjoyment as a result of building works undertaken by the respondent landlord, the trial judge had not erred by taking into account the respondent's waiver of rent in determining whether it had taken all reasonable steps to minimise disturbance. The court also dealt with several grounds of appeal which challenged the judge's factual findings. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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