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Premises used for business – pending assignment – occupation by prospective purchaser – tenant sought to recover possession – injunctive relief – the approach to adopt

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Premises used for business – pending assignment – occupation by prospective purchaser – tenant sought to recover possession – injunctive relief – the approach to adopt

Ergin Karasu v Adnan Nasir [2017] Unreported (High Court Chancery Division) (Mr Jonathan Gaunt QC sitting as a deputy judge) (13 January 2017)

This case illustrates the problems that arise where a party is allowed into occupation of premises or believes he is allowed into occupation on an informal basis without the terms of such occupation being clear. It also demonstrates the risks associated with making substantial payments in cash without obtaining a receipt.

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