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Defective premises – disrepair – negligence – landlord’s obligations – duties of care – statute and common law

Commercial Leases

Defective premises – disrepair – negligence – landlord’s obligations – duties of care – statute and common law

Dodd v Raebarn Estates Limited & Ors [2016] EWHC 262 (QB) (HHJ Richard Parkes QC, sitting as a judge of the High Court) (15 February 2016)

We mention this as the first of three cases concerning mixed use schemes where the court was required to consider a landlord’s obligation as regards allegedly defective premises. One of the issues was whether or not the common parts in question had been demised under a headlease.


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