Neilson-Jones v Fedden 
- A husband and wife agreed that their ex-joint home was to be sold to provide for a small house for the husband; given that the wife was already accommodated elsewhere
- Did this agreement to sell sever the joint tenancy of the husband and wife such that the property vested entirely in the husband?
- No intent to sever and the agreement itself was unenforceable
- A final agreement is required to sever a joint tenancy under the Williams v Hensman (1861) catalogue, when interpreting the Law of Property Act 1925, s 36(2)
Posted in Land Law Revision Notes.
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