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Glasgow Corporation v Johnstone [1965] AC 609  House of Lords

A clergyman occupied a house which was part of the church building. His duties were to attend services, counting the collection money and acting as a caretaker. It was possible for him to perform his duties if he lived elsewhere, however, he was required by his employment contract to live there.


He occupied under a service occupancy because of the requirement stipulated in his employment contract. Therefore there was no tenancy.

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