London County Council v Allen 
- Three houses had been built on land reserved for a roadway, in breach of covenant
- Could the covenant be enforced by way of an injunction to demolish the houses?
- There must exist land which can benefit from a covenant for its burden to pass to successors
- As the Council owned no land which could benefit from the covenant, the covenant was unenforceable
Posted in Land Law Revision Notes.
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