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Mobile homes (Case Comment)
Citation: J.H.L. 2004, 7(4), D70-71
Subject: Civil procedure
Keywords: Caravan sites; Defences; Licences; Mobile homes; Notice
Documents: Full Text Article  Legal Journals Index Abstract  
Terms in Context:
...LJI00004486261168 Case Comment JHL Journal of Housing Law 2004 7 4 Mobile homes J.H.L. 2004, 7(4), D70-71 Civil procedure Caravan sites Defences Licences Mobile homes Notice Mobile Homes Act 1983 Sch.1 Part I para.4 Loveridge v Healey [2004] EWCA Civ 173; [2004] C.P. Rep. 30 (CA (Civ Div)) LJI0000448626 J.H.L. D70 D70 The claimants owned a mobile home site. They granted the defendant a contractual licence to occupy a pitch on the site. The claimants subsequently sought to terminate the licence under the Mobile Homes Act 1983, Sch.1, Pt 1, para.4 on the ground that the defendant had breached the terms of his licence because the dimensions of his mobile home were such as to render it an immovable structure within the definition in s.29 of the Caravan Sites and particulars of claim stated that they had served notice to remedy the breach on the defendant, as required by the Mobile Homes Act 1983, Sch.1, Pt I, para.4(a), and that he had been given sufficient time to remedy the...
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Faulkner v Love (t/a W Love & Son) Court of Appeal (Civil Division), 24 November 1976
Subject: Civil procedure; Landlord and tenant
Keywords: Jurisdiction; Mobile homes; Procedure
Where Reported: [1977] Q.B. 937; [1977] 2 W.L.R. 477; [1977] 1 All E.R. 791; (1976) 120 S.J. 858
Documents: Case Analysis  [1977] Q.B. 937  [1977] 2 W.L.R. 477  
Terms in Context:
...FaulknerLove (t/a W Love & Son) FAULKNER V LOVE (T/A W LOVE & SON) [1977] Q.B. 937 [1977 ...
...Court of Appeal (Civil Division)UK United Kingdom 24 November 1976 (c)Sweet & Maxwell Limited Civil procedure Landlord and tenant Jurisdiction Mobile homes Procedure Jurisdiction mobile homes application to determine agreement The definition in the Mobile Homes Act 1975 s.9(1) of "the court" as being the county court for the district in which a protected ...
...and the fact that proceedings are started in another court does not make them a nullity. The tenant of a mobile home stationed on a protected site attempted to apply to county court A for the determination of a dispute with his landlord under the Mobile Homes Act 1975 s.4(5). An official of court A told him that court A was the wrong court, and ...
...1959 s.102County Courts Act 1959 s.2 County Courts Act 1959 s.76 Housing Act 1957 s.162 Mobile Homes Act 1975 (c.49) s.4 Mobile Homes Act 1975 (c.49) s.4(5) Mobile Homes Act 1975 (c.49) s.1 Mobile Homes Act 1975 (c.49) s.1(1) Mobile Homes Act 1975 (c.49) s.2 Mobile Homes Act 1975 (c.49) s.3 Mobile Homes Act 1975 (c.49) s.9 Mobile Homes Act 1975 s 9(1) Mobile Homes Act 1975 s.9(1) RSC Ord.59 r.10(4) Rent Act 1968 (c.23) s.105 Rules of...
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Mobile home - site owner applying for possession of pitch - mobile home lawfully occupied as only or main residence at date of hearing but not at date of application
Citation: C.L.B. 1993, 19(2), 554-555
Subject: Planning
Keywords: Agreements; Caravan sites; Implied terms; Mobile homes; Occupancy
Documents: Legal Journals Index Abstract  
Terms in Context:
...LJI0000119726COMMONWEALTH LAW BULLETIN 001900029445 Legal Journals Index 1072 Article - Journal Case Comment Mobile home - site owner applying for possession of pitch - mobile home lawfully occupied as only or main residence at date of hearing but not at date of application. C.L.B. 1993, 19(2), 554-555 Commonwealth Law Bulletin Planning Agreements Caravan sites Implied terms Mobile homes Occupancy Relevant date for determining occupation. Mobile Homes Act 1983 Sch.1 Omar Parks Ltd v Elkington [1992] 1 W.L.R. 1270 (CA (Civ Div...
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Mobile homes
Citation: Adviser 1987, 2(Feb), 24-25
Subject: Planning
Keywords: Caravan sites; Mobile homes
Documents: Legal Journals Index Abstract  
Terms in Context:
...LJI0000012048ADVISER 000200029975 Legal Journals Index 1072 Article - Journal Mobile homes. Martyn Letall Adviser 1987, 2(Feb), 24-25 Adviser Planning Caravan sites Mobile homes Mobile Homes Act 1983...
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The failures of the Mobile Homes Act 1983
Citation: L.S.G. 1987, 84(5), 331-333
Subject: Planning
Keywords: Caravans; Mobile homes
Documents: Legal Journals Index Abstract  
Terms in Context:
...LJI0000011614LAW SOCIETY S GAZETTE 008400059668 Legal Journals Index 1072 Article - Journal The failures of the Mobile Homes Act 1983. Phillip H. Kenny L.S.G. 1987, 84(5), 331-333 Law Society's Gazette Planning Caravans Mobile homes Mobile Homes Act 1983...
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Mobile homes
Citation: Tax. 1996, 136(3543), 522-523
Subject: VAT
Keywords: Caravan sites; Input tax; Mobile homes; VAT
Documents: Legal Journals Index Abstract  
Terms in Context:
...LJI0000184663TAXATION 013635439477 Legal Journals Index 1072 Article - Journal Case Comment Mobile homes. Tax. 1996, 136(3543), 522-523 Taxation VAT Caravan sites Input tax Mobile homes VAT Whether expenditure on mobile home pitches was attributable to taxable supplies or linked to land on which homes stood. Customs and Excise Commissioners v Harpcombe...
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Implied covenant in mobile home agreements
Citation: Comm. Leases 2001, 15(12), 575
Subject: Landlord and tenant
Keywords: Dogs; Implied terms; Licences; Mobile homes; Rules
Documents: Legal Journals Index Abstract  
Terms in Context:
...LJI0000364758COMMERCIAL LEASES 001500129424 Legal Journals Index 1072 Article - Journal Case Comment Implied covenant in mobile home agreements. Comm. Leases 2001, 15(12), 575 Commercial Leases Landlord and tenant Dogs Implied terms Licences Mobile homes Rules Whether owner of mobile home park had breached implied term not to encourage or authorise occupiers to break park's rules by allowing new occupants to...
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Mobile homes: a concrete base for protection?
Citation: S.J. 1987, 131(14), 422,424
Subject: Planning
Keywords: Mobile homes; Security of tenure
Documents: Legal Journals Index Abstract  
Terms in Context:
...LJI0000013178SOLICITORS JOURNAL 013100149577 Legal Journals Index 1072 Article - Journal Mobile homes: a concrete base for protection? Jon Passmore S.J. 1987, 131(14), 422,424 Solicitors Journal Planning Mobile homes Security of tenure For security of tenure of owner-occupiers. Mobile Homes Act 1983...
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Mobile home parks, licence agreements, and dogs
Citation: H.L.M. 2001, 8(10), 5
Subject: Contracts; Landlord and tenant
Keywords: Dogs; Implied terms; Licences; Mobile homes; Rules
Documents: Legal Journals Index Abstract  
Terms in Context:
...LJI0000363284HOUSING LAW MONITOR 000800109994 Legal Journals Index 1072 Article - Journal Case Comment Mobile home parks, licence agreements, and dogs. H.L.M. 2001, 8(10), 5 Housing Law Monitor Contracts Landlord and tenant Dogs Implied terms Licences Mobile homes Rules Whether rule in licence agreement for mobile home owners that pets would not be allowed except in special circumstances entitled site owner to decide whether dogs could be...
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Customs and Excise Commissioners v Harpcombe Ltd Queen's Bench Division, 01 February 1996
Subject: VAT
Keywords: VAT
Where Reported: [1996] S.T.C. 726
Documents: Case Analysis  
Terms in Context:
...Queen's Bench DivisionUK United Kingdom 01 February 1996 Brooke, J. Brooke J (c)Sweet & Maxwell Limited VAT VAT Input tax mobile homes expenditure on concrete bases and pipework non-deductible expenditure not related to the sale of the home or the grant ...
...tribunal which allowed that input tax in respect of expenditure incurred by H in the construction of concrete bases for mobile homes was deductible. H owned mobile home parks and, when occupiers wished to move the mobile home was generally sold to H or a third party. The mobile home was usually scrapped and rebuilt. CEC argued that the sale of a mobile home was made up of the taxable supply of the mobile home itself and the exempt supply of the grant of the licence to occupy. CEC contended that the tribunal had erred in law. H argued that the mobile homes were buildings and the provision of the concrete base and pipe work was part of the supply of the home itself. Held, allowing the appeal, that (1) although an occupier would only purchase a mobile home once he was satisfied that the concrete base reached the standards recommended by such documents as the Homeseeker Owners' Handbook ...
...750; [1995] B.V.C. 159; Times, April 17, 1995Concrete decision. Tax. 1996, 137(3574), 710-711 Caravan sites Input tax Mobile homes VAT Mobile homes. Tax. 1996, 136(3543), 522-523 Caravan sites Input tax Mobile homes VAT 1996291407