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Appah v Parncliffe Investments Ltd [1964] 1 WLR 1964

A woman occupied a room as a long term resident at ‘Emperors Gate Hotel’. The hotel consisted of 17 rooms each resident had their own Yale lock key and were generally long term. The owner provided services of cleaning, bed making and provision of linen.


She was a licensee. The provision of services necessitated entry by the owner which was inconsistent with exclusive occupation.

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