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RELEASED TENANCY HAD NO EFFECT

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The Times (p28) Law Report prints the outcome of Burton v Camden LBC. The court of appeal ruled that a deed of rele...
The Times (p28) Law Report prints the outcome of Burton v Camden LBC. The court of appeal ruled that a deed of release of a joint tenancy to a fellow joint tenant had no effect between the signer of the deed and the landlord. This would stand except in the context of a periodic tenancy, if the tenancy was renewed by the landlord during the period when the tenancy was vested in the other joint tenant. Thus, Susan Patricia Burton's appeal against Camden was allowed.
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