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Forfeiture – relief – costs – CPR 44.2 – exercise of discretion – basis of assessment

Commercial Leases

Forfeiture – relief – costs – CPR 44.2 – exercise of discretion – basis of assessment

Pineport Limited v Grangeglen Limited [2016] EWHC 2170 (Ch) (Chief Master Marsh) (31 August 2016)

In our August issue, Commercial Leases Vol 30 issue 6 at p2319, we highlighted this case in which relief from forfeiture was granted on terms even though the application for relief was made some 16 months after the lease was forfeit by peaceable re-entry for non-payment of £2,155 service charges reserved as rent.


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