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An essential guide for the practitioner requiring an understanding of the law of restrictive covenants affecting freehold land. In this book a complex topic is made intelligible by easily understood text, complemented by flowcharts and checklists. This enables the adviser to solve problems quickly and accurately. The author brings his extensive experience of cases involving covenants to the work, dealing with issues that arise in practice both comprehensively and with authority.
The third edition has been fully revised and enlarged within the existing framework. Recent important cases considered include: City Inns v Ten Trinity Square, Graham v Easington District Council, Winter v Traditional & Contemporary Contracts, Shephard v Turner and Field Common v Elmbridge Borough Council.
Changes effected by the Planning Act 2008 to the power to override covenants, and the new regime in the Lands Tribunal under the Courts Tribunals and Enforcement Act 2007 are examined in full.
The book considers all the key issues affecting restrictive covenants, including: