Mikeover v Brady [1989]

This case decided that where there are separate obligations upon licensees to pay licence fees to a landlord, a joint lease could not be found. It is submitted that this case is wrong, as it is a Court of Appeal decision which undermines House of Lords (now Supreme Court) authority on the distinction between leases and licences, such as in AG Securities v Vaughan [1990].

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