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Alterations

Unreasonable refusal to consent Iqbal v Thakrar [2004] EWCA Civ 592 Facts Lease of ground floor premises for a term of 999 years, which contained a covenant not to alter the premises without the consent of L not to be unreasonably withheld. T sought Ls consent to carry out alterations to convert them into a restaurant. L had plans to convert the upper floors into residential flats and refused consent on various grounds. In particular L was concerned that the…

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