These notes are always detailed and tend to include modern case law references relevant to, for example, renewal lease terms, such as: -
Samuel Smith [Southern] Limited v – Howard de Walden Estates Limited  1 EGLR 107, in which the landlord failed to widen the tenant’s user clause from the old lease, against the tenant’s wishes.
This was consistent with the ratio of Charles Clements [London] Limited – v – Rank City Wall Limited . HELD that a landlord cannot force the tenant to widen the use purely to confer a rental benefit to the landlord. Similar could be argued about opening up restrictive alienation provisions.
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