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Nunn v Dalrymple (1989) 21 HLR 569  Court of Appeal

Mr Dalrymple renovated a lodge on an estate owned by his wife’s parents. On completion he and his family moved in. They had exclusive occupation and paid rent. He had given up a tenancy on a council house to move in.

Held:

The family connection did not prevent the existence of a tenancy.

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