Strand Securities v Caswell [1965]


  • The lessee of a sub-lease claimed that he was in actual occupation, when in fact, his step daughter had been livingĀ at the estate in question, rent free, at the time


  • Can an agent’s actual occupation constitute actual occupation of that agent’s principal?


  • No


  • If the stepdaughter had paid a nominal rent, the outcome would likely have been reversed
RELATED CASE  Quennell v Maltby [1979]

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