Iqbal v Thakrar

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[2004] EWCA Civ 592 A tenant claimed that a landlord had unreasonably refused him consent to carry out structural alterations. However, his lease demised interior space only. That meant the tenant could not make structural alterations without trespassing on the landlord's property. The landlord had absolute discretion whether...

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