- When orders for forfeiture can be set aside (Golding v Martin)
- What are the practical implications of this decision?
- What was the background to this judgment and what was the issue for the court to determine?
- What did the Court of Appeal decide?
Property Disputes analysis: In Golding v Martin, the court considered the circumstances under which a possession order forfeiting a long-lease for the non-payment of rent will be set aside and has implications for any landlord wishing to issue a possession order. Faisel Sadiq, head of Ely Place Chambers’ property team, considers the case.
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