Property analysis: When can a restrictive covenant in a lease be modified or discharged? The Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) (UT) decided that there had been no surrender and re-grant of a lease—which would have put paid to the application to modify the covenant. It also decided that the covenant was restrictive, not positive and so the UT had jurisdiction to modify it if it saw fit.
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